Samsung to pay $15.7 million

The company has been found guilty on
 infringing the patents of company Rembrandt
 Wireless Technologies LP by the Harrison
County federal jury. The two patents that Samsung
 has been found guilty on infringing relate to
Bluetooth technology. More specifically the
patent duo relates to a "system and method
 of communication using at least two modulation
methods." The Korean company has been making,
 selling, using and offering for sale Bluetooth EDR
 enhanced data rate devices and the aforementioned
 technology is in the core of them. Just a week ago,
 Samsung settled its legal arguments with Microsoft
over royalties. Still, the $15,7 million are nothing next
 to the $1.05 billion that Samsung paid Apple in 2012.