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Apple v. Samsung II: How to follow the case on Twitter

March 31, 2014: 4:59 PM ET

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FORTUNE -- Couldn't make it to San Jose for the second "trial of the century"? Made it to San Jose, but couldn't get into U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh's courtroom to watch Apple (AAPL) do battle, once again, with Samsung?

Not to fear, Twitter is here.

Tweeting from courtroom are some of the best tech and legal reporters in the business (although expertise in one area doesn't guarantee it in the other).

Anyway, here's how to get their stuff:

Hashtags:

#AppSung
#iCourt

Tech reporters:

@inafried (Ina Fried, re/code)
@Daiwaka (Daisuke Wakabayashi, Wall Street Journal)
@josh (Josh Lowensohn, The Verge)
@martyn_williams (Martyn Williams, IDG)
@sharatibken (Shara Tibken, CNET)

Legal reporters:

@swiftstories (Mike Swift, MLex)
@FedcourtJunkie (Dan Levin, Reuters)
@hmintz (Howard Mintz, San Jose Mercury News)
@SFjlove (Julia Love, The Recorder)

The floor is open for other suggestions.

See also: Apple v. Samsung II: What the pundits are saying

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