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Apple sues Qualcomm over patent royalties

By Bloomberg
21 January 2017   |   5:00 am
Apple sued Qualcomm, accusing it of monopolizing the market for chips for wireless devices and withholding $1 billion in retaliation for cooperating with South Korean antitrust authorities.

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