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FOSS Patents 07/17/2019 16:28
First, the DOJ argues Qualcomm never voluntarily licensed other chip makers, but just "erroneously relied on its interpretation of Qualcomm’s FRAND obligations to standard-setting organizations, as required by their IP policies, as contractually compelling Qualcomm to license rival chip makers ...
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Reuters.com 07/17/2019 16:10
The Commission says Qualcomm sold certain quantities of its UMTS baseband chipsets to two of its customers at below cost to shut Icera out of the market.
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InsuranceNewsNet 07/17/2019 12:34
San Francisco, CA---- 07/17/2019-- Global Digital Health Market: Snapshot. The global digital health market is driven by a rising demand for improved communication between healthcare professionals and patients so as to reduce medication errors and provide improved coordinated care. Digital health improves the quality of care by enabling access to lab results... .
Seeking Alpha 07/17/2019 12:23
Some relevant Intel products include: Last year, Qualcomm introduced the Qualcomm 9150 C-V2X Chipset as a part of its C-V2X platform.
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Koh imposed sweeping remedies on Qualcomm that threaten to upend the way it and other firms in the cellular industry license patents, essentially forcing them into chip-level licensing.
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We saw two brand new mobile chips emerge in a matter of days. The mobile platform, an upgraded 855 version, was formally introduced on Monday. , a variation of the Exynos 9820, was then spotted in benchmark tests for the Galaxy Note 10. On both occasions, we wondered whether Samsung’s next flagship could get the 855 Plus model, but a new report says that’s not in the cards for the handset. The European versions of the Note 10 will pack the new Exynos 9825 processor that leaked in those benchmarks. However, that the US models will have the Snapdragon 855 chip inside rather than the newly launched 855 Plus. That may be somewhat disappointing to Android hardcore fans looking to get the best possible hardware in a flagship, given that the 855 P.
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9to5Mac 07/17/2019 07:27
Although Apple settled its civil lawsuit against Qualcomm, the exact same evidence put forward for that case was earlier used by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to take the radio chipmaker to court – with judgement awarded against Qualcomm.
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MarketWatch 07/16/2019 22:24
In a related filing, Ellen Lord, the Defense Department's under secretary for acquisition and sustainment, said "Qualcomm is a key player both in terms of its trusted supply chain and as a leader in innovation, and it would be impossible to replace Qualcomm's critical role in 5G technology in the short term.
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CNET News 07/16/2019 20:10
She added that the DoD believes Qualcomm is the market leader in wireless chips because of its expertise and R&D expenditure and that Qualcomm holds important DoD security clearance and contracts.
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CNN (United States) 07/16/2019 19:01
The suit against Qualcomm was first brought in 2017 by the Federal Trade Commission, which alleged that Qualcomm's licensing practices violated antitrust law.
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Moneycontrol.com 07/16/2019 09:27
The new Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus will power the gaming smartphones of tomorrow.
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