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Software was sticking point in Apple-Qualcomm Spat, executive emails suggest

By Bloomberg
20 January 2019   |   4:11 pm
Billions of dollars in chip supply deals involving Apple Inc. and Qualcomm Inc. may have actually collapsed over a squabble about software access, rather than the patent fees that sparked a bitter legal battle between the two technology giants, according to the emails seen by Bloomberg.

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