QUALCOMM has sued Nokia for alleged violations of 11 patents related to GSM, GPRS, and EDGE. Nokia is reportedly "stunned" by the lawsuit and "disappointed" that QUALCOMM choose
Nokia opens open-source software portal. Web site Comparing platform numbers: Nokia versus QUALCOMM.
QUALCOMM has filed suit against Nokia for allegedly violating 11 of its patents and one from its subsidiary, SnapTrack. The lawsuit alleges that Nokia infringed on patents pertaining to the
QUALCOMM posted higher earnings in its fourth quarter thanks to 40 percent higher revenue from increased demand for mobile devices, especially phones with video players and Web browsers. The
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Six telecoms have filed antitrust claims with the EU against QUALCOMM that allege the company does not license its 3G patents on fair terms. Broadcom, Nokia, NEC, Ericsson, Texas Instruments and
South Korea-based Eonex launched a phone with LG Electronics that uses one of its own core semiconductors for mobile handsets. The handset, N1000, will soon go on sale to SK Telecom subscribers.
Macromedia and QUALCOMM this morning announced a deal to create a
This week I'm playing catch up with all the announcements that came out of CTIA IT 2005 last week in San Francisco. (I'm also still recovering from
Analysis: Cellular industry doesn't care about mobile data. Blog Lincoln