The first day of the patent infringement trial between Apple and Samsung wrapped up in San Jose, Calif., with a jury in hand Monday.
The pool of prospective jurors was narrowed down to seven men and two women who will hear testimony and decide the case, CNET reported.
Potential jurors were asked many questions ranging from what gadgets they owned to whether they worked for either company -- the U.S. District Court in San Jose is just a few miles from Apple's Cupertino headquarters.
As it turned out, both a Google and Apple employee were in the pool of potential jurors, along with numerous former tech workers. Those two individuals did not make it into the final group, though a man who told the court that he had once been involved with a patent-related lawsuit made it on the final jury.