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Verizon Wireless expands mobile banking services

Verizon Wireless is continuing to leverage Qualcomm's recent acquisition of mobile banking and payments company Firethorn, for mobile banking applications. The carrier now supports mobile banking

Qualcomm: Broadcom ruling smarts

Qualcomm expects an "immediate, short-term impact" from a U.S. federal court's ruling in favor of Broadcom in a patent case. Qualcomm is considering an appeal and other legal options including a

ALSO NOTED: Qualcomm must pay Broadcom royalty fees for QChat; ABI Research: Expect 4G royalty rates in the range of 4.8 percen

> Nokia Siemens announced its intention to purchase IMS database management specialist Apertio for $205.6 million. Article >

ALSO NOTED: Qualcomm to pay royalties for QChat; Harbinger ups Leap investment; and much more...

> Qualcomm must pay Broadcom royalty fees on QChat.

2007: Not a Typical Year for Wireless

By Andrew Seybold Those who write for organizations such as FierceMarkets are generally expected to write two columns at the end of each year-the first is a look back at the previous year and the

SPOTLIGHT: Rough year for Qualcomm?

At first blush it might seem like 2007 was a rough year for Qualcomm. Between losing a controversial

Qualcomm raises its financial outlook

Qualcomm has raised its financial outlook for the first quarter next year, revenues will come in at the high end of its originally forecasted range of $2.3 to $2.4 billion, up from $2.02 billion

Qualcomm acquiring SoftMax

Qualcomm announced its acquisition of privately-held SoftMax, which develops noise reduction technology for mobile devices. Financial terms were not disclosed. According to Qualcomm, SoftMax's

Qualcomm acquires SoftMax

Qualcomm has acquired San Diego-based SoftMax, which develops noise reduction technology for handsets. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. SoftMax creates multi-microphone noise suppression and

Nokia gets a win in one Qualcomm patent battle

In a tentative decision, an administrative law judge ruled that Nokia's GSM/GPRS/EDGE handsets do not infringe on three of Qualcomm's patents. The case is