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Qualcomm fined record $773 million in Taiwan antitrust probe

”Qualcomm Inc. was fined a record NT$23.4 billion ($773 million) by Taiwan’s Fair Trade Commission in the latest blow from regulators over the way the U.S. 385 more words


Solstice of the Moon: the Battle Stone

The road carried us towards Forres, on the way to Inverness. We were, fairly predictably, on the trail of a stone. Not just any stone, though, this one is rather special. 16 more words


Qualcomm CEO: We think we'll be successful in our fight with Apple

”Even as a series of anti-trust investigations and an ugly pricing dispute with Apple Inc. threaten its lucrative licensing business, Qualcomm Inc. is looking aggressively ahead to its future opportunities,” Brian Sozzi reports for TheStreet. 419 more words


Apple pays Qualcomm $2 billion a year in patent fees and Cupertino has had enough

”The story starts two summers ago, at a conference in Idaho, where a senior Apple executive, probably Cook, and a senior Samsung Electronics Co. executive, most likely Vice Chairman Jay Y. 575 more words


Eros International Plc commences legal action against market manipulation

Film studio Eros International Plc announced that it has filed a lawsuit in New York County Supreme Court against Mangrove Partners, Manuel P. Asensio, GeoInvesting, LLC, and numerous other individuals and entities alleging the defendants and other co-conspirators disseminated material false, misleading, and defamatory information about Eros and are engaging in other misconduct that has harmed the company.  129 more words

Apple faces down Qualcomm, Ericsson over EU patent fees

”The European Union is drawing up guidelines on how much patent holders should charge for their technologies, a thorny issue that pits Apple and other users against Qualcomm and Ericsson,” Reuters reports. 411 more words


Qualcomm loses two key rulings in its patent royalty fight with Apple

”Qualcomm got two bits of bad news today in its squabble with Apple,” Daniel Eran Dilger writes for AppleInsider. “First, it has failed to force Apple’s manufacturing partners to make royalty payments prior to a determination of what the total disputed royalties should be, and second it lost an effort to stop Apple from pursing antitrust cases against it in other countries.” 317 more words