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ITC to study InterDigital's complaint against Nokia

The patent wars that usually headline Qualcomm, Nokia and Broadcom took a different turn last week as InterDigital successfully urged the U.S. International Trade Commission to investigate its

ITC agrees to investigate Nokia phones

The same government regulator that barred imports of phones made with Qualcomm's chips is set to investigate phone made by Nokia, thanks to a request by InterDigital. The International Trade

Court says Broadcom antitrust suit can proceed

A federal appeals court has ruled that Broadcom can pursue antitrust claims against

Broadcom's anti-trust case against Qualcomm

A federal appeals court has ruled that Broadcom can pursue antitrust claims against

ALSO NOTED: 2.68B mobile phones; Fearing forced RFIDs; and much more...

> The ITU claims that there are 2.68 billion mobile phones worldwide. Article > Trend: State

A resurgence of Flash-OFDM?

Flash-OFDM has pretty much fallen to the wayside since Qualcomm bought the business in early 2006.

TeliaSonera Finland uses Flash-OFDM as fixed play

Flash-OFDM technology, developed and championed by Qualcomm's Flarion business received a boost as

ALSO NOTED: Redline and Siemens announce WiMAX interoperability testing; Qualcomm launches Wireless Reach initiative in Sri Lan

> Redline Communications and Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices announced interoperability testing between their WiMAX Forum certified products.

ALSO NOTED: MediaFLO exec moves up; Diebold m-banking patents; and much more...

> Qualcomm's MediaFLO VP of programming and advertising, Dan Novak, is now working directly for Qualcomm's marketing department.

SPOTLIGHT: Broadcom is gaining in chipset business

Who said litigation doesn't pay? Broadcom's chipset business is on the up and up, according to a recent report from BusinessWeek. Earlier this month Nokia named Broadcom as a supplier for its EDGE