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PhoneArena 01/19/2019 19:22
So it would appear to the average Joe and Josie that Apple and Qualcomm's split was due to disagreements over Qualcomm's "no license, no chips" policy, and its failure to license standard essential patents in a Fair, Reasonable and Non-Discriminatory (FRAND) manner.
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Neowin.net 01/19/2019 14:50
In the ongoing drama that is Apple vs. Qualcomm, it was recently reported that Qualcomm apparently refused to supply modems for Apples latest devices.
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FOSS Patents 01/19/2019 11:13
Generally, the FTC is in good shape with respect to No License-No Chips, but my unsolicited advice to them is to develop a good response to Qualcomm's argument that companies accepted consistent licensing terms even without that kind of pressure (such as because they signed deals before Qualcomm had such leverage, or because they simply weren't Qualcomm customers.
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9to5Mac 01/19/2019 08:53
Ultimately, Qualcomm’s Mollenkopf offered to give Apple the necessary software access, but asked for a commitment that the company would use Qualcomm modems in 50 percent of its iPhones over the next two years.
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CNET 01/18/2019 17:21
Fabian Gonell, senior vice president of licensing strategy and legal counsel for Qualcomm's licensing business, said during a trial on Friday that Samsung, Sony Mobile and others have reached agreements with Qualcomm that differed from its normal pacts.
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Apple-Qualcomm chip deals may not have collapsed over patent fees, leaked emails suggest.
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MacDailyNews 01/18/2019 15:44
Qualcomm’s unreasonable, illogical, and irrational licensing scam, which charges a percentage of the total cost of all components in the phone, even non-Qualcomm components, must end.
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Williams wanted to continue to work with Qualcomm despite the legal battle, but Qualcomm accused Apple of leaking Qualcomm computer code needed to customize mobile chips.
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CNET - Blog 01/18/2019 13:38
James Thompson, testifying on behalf of Qualcomm, said it costs Qualcomm about $250 million a year to tweak its modems for Apple.
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Electronics Weekly 01/18/2019 01:02
To meet demand for Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) IoT connectivity, Gemalto has announced a platform of Cinterion IoT Modules based on the Qualcomm 9205 LTE IoT modem. The modules are designed to support LTE-M and NB-IoT connectivity with optional 2G fallback from a single, ultra-small IoT module. Ready for the latest 3GPP specifications (Rel 14), ... This story continues at Connectivity modules for Qualcomm modems. Or just read more coverage at Electronics Weekly.
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WCCFtech 01/17/2019 12:16
Even after the endless skirmishes, some analysts are of the opinion that Apple might still use Qualcomm’s 5G baseband chips for its 2020 iPhone lineup.
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FierceWireless: Developer 01/17/2019 10:36
Here are some other stories we’re following today: > Qualcomm co-founder Irwin Jacobs testified about the early years of Qualcomm as the company presented its case in a San Jose, California, courtroom.
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Zacks.com 01/17/2019 09:34
Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf testified before the court that purchasing a license was necessary for phone manufacturers as merely buying a chip did not cover all its IP rights.
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PR Newswire 01/17/2019 09:00
Qualcomm Incorporated includes our licensing business, QTL, and the vast majority of our patent portfolio.
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