A federal jury ruled Friday that Samsung infringed on some Apple smartphone patents and ordered the Korean company to pay more than $119.6 million in damages.
The jury also found that some of Apple’s phones and tablets infringed on Samsung patents and ordered Apple to pay $158,400 in damages.
This is the second time the two companies have gone to trial over patents. In 2012, Apple was awarded $930 million after Samsung was found to have infringed on six patents.
In the latest feud between the two tech giants, Apple accused Samsung of infringing on five software patents and sued for $2.2 billion in damages. Samsung countersued Apple for infringing on two patents and sought $7 million.