I would be remiss not to report on this, even though at this point I have nothing new or different to add to what's already been said. Foss Patents has a detailed writeup here, including a copy of the jury verdict form, and detailed background on the retrial here. Shara Tibken of CNET has two interesting stories, here and here. The damages retrial involved 13 products and five patents (U.S. Patent Nos. 7,469,381, 7,844,915, and 7,864,163, and U.S. Design Patent Nos. D604,305 and D618,677).