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ALSO NOTED: NJ counties to create WiFi zone; D-Link's new router; and much more...

> Two New Jersey counties--Camden and Gloucester--are contemplating creating a two-county WiFi zone. Report > D-Link's

SPOTLIGHT: Qualcomm: ITC ruling won't disrupt business

As we noted previously, the ITC upheld a previous ruling that Qualcomm did infringe on one of

ICT: Qualcomm infringed on one Broadcom patent

Like most ongoing patent wars, the Qualcomm-Broadcom patent dispute over Qualcomm's 3G phone chips

Qualcomm acquires MIMO pioneer Airgo

Qualcomm may be trying to shake its CDMA-only attitude. The company announced it will acquire Airgo, a company known for its MIMO high-speed data technology.

Qualcomm acquires Airgo

In an important move, Qualcomm is acquiring WLAN and Bluetooth technologies, allowing it to do three things: Accelerate the pace of integrating wireless networking capabilities in mobile phones;

Analysis: Qualcomm to man 802.11n toll-booth

The British weekly The New Statesman runs weekly competitions, typically literary in nature, in which winners win books, free subscriptions or theater tickets. I remember one competition

Editor's Corner

Chalk one up for Qualcomm, which continues to show a keen understanding for where the market trends are going--even if that means they are moving away from CDMA-based technologies. The company

RELEASE: Qualcomm acquires M2M company nPhase

QUALCOMM Acquires nPhase, Leading Provider of Machine-to-Machine Solutions- Acquisition Strengthens QUALCOMM's Leadership in Machine-to-Machine Market by Enhancing Support for Fixed Assets- SAN

QUICKLINKS: Latest FCC spectrum auction may get ugly; Google adds GPS support to mobile maps; Much more...

Latest FCC spectrum auction may get ugly. FierceWireless Finally: Google adds GPS support to mobile mapping

Qualcomm: Nokia deal renewal "unlikely"

The saga continues: Qualcomm has issued a statement reiterating that the renewal of its licensing agreement with Nokia is probably unlikely prior to the expiration date of the old agreement in