• Qualcomm On Top After Jury Decides Apple's iPhone Infringed On Patents

    4 days ago - By Android Headlines

    Qualcomm has come out the other side victorious in its latest battle with Apple.
    The San Diego-based company today confirmed that a U.S. court has found Apple to be in breach of three of its patents.
    One of the parents relates to “ flashless booting ” which helps smartphones to quickly connect to the internet. The second helps to mitigate against the speed of data transfer between smartphone apps and the internet. While the third involves improvements to battery life and specifically within the context of gaming.
    It would seem the court agreed that various iPhone models infringed on two of...
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  • Jury rules Apple owes Qualcomm $31M for patent infringement

    4 days ago - By Phys.org

    A jury has decided Apple should pay $31 million in damages for infringing on patents for technology owned by mobile chip maker Qualcomm that helps iPhones quickly connect to the internet and extend their battery life.
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  • Jury fines Apple $32 million for infringing on three Qualcomm patents

    Jury fines Apple $32 million for infringing on three Qualcomm patents

    4 days ago - By Digital Trends

    In a serious blow to Apple in its legal battle against Qualcomm, a San Diego jury fined Apple $32 million for infringing on three Qualcomm-owned patents. The decision marks the latest news in a string of court dates for the two companies.
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  • Qualcomm awarded $31m in Apple patent infringement case

    Qualcomm awarded $31m in Apple patent infringement case

    4 days ago - By SlashGear

    Qualcomm has won a legal case against Apple in the Southern District of California, the company announced. The case involved a lawsuit Qualcomm filed against Apple in July 2017 alleging the company had infringed upon some of its smartphone tech patents. A jury awarded Qualcomm $31 million in damages for three patents involving ‘popular smartphone features.' The three patents at...
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  • Qualcomm and Apple respond to CA case findings

    Qualcomm and Apple respond to CA case findings

    4 days ago - By SlashGear

    Qualcomm just won one of its numerous court battles against Apple this week in San Diego, California, USA. This court case alleged that Apple infringed upon a number of Qualcomm patents with its smartphones iPhone 7, 7 Plus, 8, 8 Plus, and X. Because the court found Apple's devices to have infringed upon Qualcomm's patents, the jury awarded Qualcomm around...
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  • Qualcomm wins $31 million USD patent case against Apple

    Qualcomm wins $31 million USD patent case against Apple

    4 days ago - By MobileSyrup

    San Diego-based chipmaker Qualcomm has won its latest patent case against Apple. On Friday, a U.S. jury awarded Qualcomm $31 million USD in damages after it had determined Apple had infringed on three of the company's patents. The patents at the centre of the trial related to various aspects of smartphone functionality. The patent that likely proved central to the outcome of the case describes a process that allows a smartphone to quickly connect to the internet after a user switches on their device. During the trial, Apple had argued that one of its former engineers, Arjuna Siva, wasn't...
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  • Jury decides Apple violated three Qualcomm patents in iPhones

    4 days ago - By Engadget

    Following a two-week trial, a jury has determined that Apple violated three Qualcomm patents in some iPhones. The jury awarded Qualcomm $31 million, the full amount it was seeking, though Apple had won a ruling to limit the potential payout.
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  • Apple infringed three Qualcomm patents, jury finds

    4 days ago - By Reuters

    Mobile phone chip supplier Qualcomm Inc on Friday won a legal victory against iPhone maker Apple Inc, with a jury in federal court in San Diego finding that Apple owes Qualcomm about $31 million for infringing three of its patents.
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