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C&L: Reddick joins iSkoot's board

Interop appoints Eddy Cojulun regional sales director for Latin America and the Caribbean. New America Foundation names Sascha Meinrath research director of Wireless Future Program.

Qualcomm's general counsel resigns

The fallout from Qualcomm's recent legal setbacks continues: On Monday, the chipmaker

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> Belgian company Option claims to be the first to offer an FCC-approved HSUPA data card.

Qualcomm's general counsel resigns

Qualcomm's Lou Lupin has resigned his position as EVP and general counsel following a series of patent

Does Qualcomm's workaround work?

  Does Qualcomm's Workaround Work?   Qualcomm's answer to the U.S. International Trade Commission ban on the import of

Qualcomm has bad week on the patent front

Broadcom continues to punish Qualcomm on the patent front. The CDMA innovator, which derives much of its revenues from licensing CDMA-based patents, was dealt a blow by the Bush administration this

More: Qualcomm's 'benchslap' from Judge Brewster

As we mentioned earlier in the week, a federal judge ruled that Qualcomm engaged in "aggravated litigation abuse" and waived its rights to enforce certain video transmission technology

Rumor Mill: AT&T has a Broadcom deal?

It's been hinted at before, but now The Wall Street Journal is reporting that AT&T has a deal with Broadcom that is similar to the one Verizon Wireless announced a few weeks ago. The

White House declines to veto ITC's Qualcomm ban

The Bush administration on Monday declined to overturn the International Trade Commission's ban on importing mobile devices containing Qualcomm chips found to violate patents controlled by rival

Bush upholds ITC ban

In another crushing blow to Qualcomm, the Bush Administration yesterday upheld the U.S. International Trade Commission ruling that banned the import of certain cell phones containing Qualcomm 1xEV-DO