The first verdicts out of Apple vs. Samsung are in, covering claims 19, 8, and 50 of the '381, '915, and '163 software patents, respectively — those are the patents that cover "bounce back" scrolling functionality, multitouch gesture detection, and tap-to-zoom. Did Samsung infringe, according to the jury?

For claim 19 of '381, the answer is yes for all devices.

For claim 8 of '915, the answer is yes for all but the Ace, Intercept, and Replenish.

For claim 50 of '163, the answer is yes for all but the Captivate, Continuum, Gem, Indulge, Nexus S 4G, Transform, Intercept, and Vibrant.

On the question of inducement — in other words, did the Korean company force its US divisions to infringe — the jury ruled yes to all devices on '381, yes for all devices but the Replenish on '915, and yes for all devices but the Captivate, Continuum, Gem, Indulge, Nexus S 4G, Transform, and Vibrant on '163. The jury also ruled that Samsung willfully violated all three software patents — and failed to prove that any of them were invalid — which has big implications when it comes time to read off the monetary damages.

In the other direction, the jury ruled that Apple didn't infringe the software patents that Samsung was claiming: '711, '893, '460, and '516. Apple didn't prove that the patents were invalid, but in this case, it didn't matter.

All told, it's a huge starting win for Apple on a verdict form that totals some 700 questions.

'381 Patent:

Accused Samsung Product Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. Samsung Electronics America, Inc. Samsung Telecommunications America, LLC
Captivate Yes NA Yes
Continuum Yes NA Yes
Droid Charge Yes NA Yes
Epic 4G Yes NA Yes
Exhibit 4G Yes NA Yes
Fascinate Yes NA Yes
Galaxy Ace Yes NA NA
Galaxy Prevail Yes NA Yes
Galaxy S Yes NA NA
Galaxy S 4G Yes NA Yes
Galaxy S II (AT&T) Yes NA Yes
Galaxy S II (i9100) Yes NA NA
Galaxy Tab Yes NA Yes
Galaxy Tab 10.1 Yes Yes NA
Gem Yes NA Yes
Indulge Yes NA Yes
Infuse 4G Yes NA Yes
Mesmerize Yes NA Yes
Nexus S 4G Yes NA Yes
Replenish Yes NA Yes
Vibrant Yes NA Yes

'915 Patent:

Accused Samsung Product Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. Samsung Electronics America, Inc. Samsung Telecommunications America, LLC
Captivate Yes NA Yes
Continuum Yes NA Yes
Droid Charge Yes NA Yes
Epic 4G Yes NA Yes
Exhibit 4G Yes NA Yes
Fascinate Yes NA Yes
Galaxy Ace No NA NA
Galaxy Prevail Yes NA Yes
Galaxy S Yes NA NA
Galaxy S 4G Yes NA Yes
Galaxy S II (AT&T) Yes NA Yes
Galaxy S II (i9100) Yes NA NA
Galaxy S II (T-Mobile) Yes NA Yes
Galaxy Tab Yes NA Yes
Galaxy Tab 10.1 Yes Yes NA
Gem Yes NA Yes
Indulge Yes NA Yes
Infuse 4G Yes NA Yes
Intercept No NA No
Mesmerize Yes NA Yes
Nexus S 4G Yes NA Yes
Replenish No NA No
Transform Yes NA Yes
Vibrant Yes NA Yes

'163 Patent:

Accused Samsung Product Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. Samsung Electronics America, Inc. Samsung Telecommunications America, LLC
Captivate No NA No
Continuum No NA Yes
Droid Charge Yes NA Yes
Epic 4G Yes NA Yes
Exhibit 4G Yes NA Yes
Fascinate Yes NA Yes
Galaxy Ace Yes NA NA
Galaxy Prevail Yes NA Yes
Galaxy S Yes NA NA
Galaxy S 4G Yes NA Yes
Galaxy S II (AT&T) Yes NA Yes
Galaxy S II (i9100) Yes NA NA
Galaxy S II (T-mobile) Yes NA
Galaxy Tab Yes NA Yes
Galaxy Tab 10.1 Yes Yes NA
Gem No NA Yes
Indulge No NA No
Infuse 4G Yes NA Yes
Intercept No NA No
Mesmerize Yes NA Yes
Nexus S 4G No NA No
Replenish Yes NA Yes
Transform No NA No
Vibrant No NA No