“Terms of the agreement are confidential”
So things didn't go Microsoft's way then? Their normal tactic is to demand the right to be the one who writes the press release in which they trumpet how they've been "vindicated". If all they can say is essentially "no comment", then it sounds like even the Microsoft spin doctors can't make a silk purse out of this sow's ear. That of course won't stop this forum's own "anonymous" PR comment bot from his usual waffling.
It's time that companies stop suing each other as a tactical measure to eliminate competition, and start focusing on providing goods and services that their customers want to buy. Both Microsoft and Samsung could use some improvement there.