Samsung and Apple's flagship phones go head to head, breaking down some of the most significant ways the Galaxy S10 and iPhone 10s differ from each other.
Judgment nullified due to 'coram failure', appeal to be reheard before a new bench.
Judge Suzanne Bolanos denied Monsanto's request for a new trial but cut the US$289 million damages award to US$78 million to comply with a law regarding how punitive damages awards must be calculated.
While the jury was unable to reach a verdict on 10 counts, prompting the judge to declare a partial mistrial, Manafort was found guilty on the eight remaining charges.
IBM sued Groupon for US$167 million, accusing it of building its online coupon business on the back of the IBM e-commerce inventions without permission.
Prosecutors say Beate Zschaepe was part of the National Socialist Underground (NSU), whose members killed eight Turks, a Greek and a German policewoman over seven years from 2000.
A Pakistani court is due to rule on Friday in an anti-corruption case against ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his daughter over the ownership of luxurious London properties.
In his first public appearance following his shock defeat in the polls, Najib calls for calm and urges people to let the king decide the next government.
President Donald Trump appears poised to drive a stake through the heart of the Iran nuclear deal Tuesday, when he announces his verdict on US sanctions relief underpinning the landmark accord.
The trial of a Danish inventor accused of murdering a journalist aboard his self-built submarine is due to wrap up this week with a verdict due by Wednesday at the earliest.
The movement has also stirred a national dialogue about the way society treats people who step forward to tell stories of sexual abuse.
Any development will depend on Federal Court verdict in challenge brought by Malaysian Bar and Advocates Association of Sarawak on appointments of the nation's top two judges, says counsel Zaid Abdul Malek.