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21 Apr 2019
A federal jury in San Diego will decide if Qualcomm Inc. engaged in illegal patent licensing practices and whether Apple Inc. had the right to stop paying royalties for it.
18 Apr 2019
The race for 5G has forced Apple to end a long-running legal battle with Qualcomm. The iPhone maker had planned to use Intel chips to deliver the next generation wireless technology, but recently it decided to go to the company it was fighting with, Qualcomm.
22 Dec 2018
In the ongoing global licensing war between Qualcomm and Apple, the chipmaker says the iPhone maker needs to take China's new ban on its products seriously.
31 Jan 2018
Bloomberg's Mark Gurman discusses how Apple built a chip powerhouse to rival Qualcomm and Intel on "Bloomberg Technology."
21 Jan 2017
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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