BaNos provided this link: photos.imageevent.com/banos/t3/Judgement.pdf. This is the official "entry of judgment", dated October 3, that becomes the "trigger" for appeal purposes, but it is not yet a "final" judgment.
HTC has 28 days, beginning with October 4 ("day one" is always the first day after judgment) in which to file a post-trial Rule 50 motion for judgment as a matter of law. Yes, I know, they already did this, but they can now do so again. As I said in another post recently, there was a point in time when such a motion was mandatory in order to preserve one's rights on appeal, but I would need to do some research to see if that is still the law. In any event, if such a motion is filed, it suspends the delay for appeal until such time as the Judge issues a decision on same.
If no Rule 50 motion is filed, HTC has 30 days from entry of judgment in which to file for appeal. In other words, the delays for a Rule 50 motion and for an appeal run concurrently until day 28. Neither deadline can end on a weekend or an offically recognized federal holiday, and if it does, the "last day" would be the next business day. If no Rule 50 motion is filed, then HTC would still have two days in which to take an appeal.
The above is important because, although we do now have a judgement of infringement, it can be only be considered provisional at the moment because the Rule 50 motion can still be filed. This could well be one of the reasons why the Company isn't issuing PRs and so forth at the moment, because action in the trial court is still possible. Subsequently, if an appeal is taken, the judgment will be considered "final", but its effect will be suspended during the pendency of the appeal.
The above should be considered only as a general overview since there are lots of federal rules that provide little persnicketty exceptions, one being "notice of judgment" if any of the parties is entitled to such. I doubt that any of those rules apply here, but, not being involved in the case, it is difficult to know for sure.
Hope this helps. Best wishes to all.