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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

SPOTLIGHT: Broadcom wins patent fight

As if Qualcomm didn't have enough problems, yesterday a federal judge ruled that the San Diego firm engaged in "aggravated litigation abuse" and waived its rights to enforce certain video

Qualcomm, Broadcom brace for possible veto today

I'm taking a risk by writing about the pending Bush administration's decision to either veto or let stand the International Trade Commission's (ITC) ban on the import of 3G phones using Qualcomm

Ntelos to upgrade to REV A

CDMA operator Ntelos is planning to upgrade its network to 1xEV-DO Rev. A. The carrier, which is headquartered in Waynesboro, Va., signed an $88 million pact with Alcatel-Lucent, which will provide

ALSO NOTED: Exoteq Aps makes OFDM/OFDMA licensing deal with Qualcomm; U.K.'s Urban Wimax announces partnership with Nortel;and

> Exoteq Aps, a mobile broadband solutions developer in Denmark, agreed to license OFDM/OFDMA from Qualcomm.

ALSO NOTED: Clearwire in NY; Qualcomm-Exoteq ink deal; and more...

> Clearwire launches first deployments in New York state. Release > Qualcomm

Novarra raises $50M from Qualcomm, others

Mobile Internet browser technology developer Novarra has quietly raised $50 million in venture capital, led by return backer JK&B Capital. The round also includes a strategic investment from

Qualcomm: No deal with Broadcom

Qualcomm said a settlement with rival vendor Broadcom is not likely given the potential impact on the CDMA innovator's licensing business. During its quarterly results announcement last week,

Qualcomm's Q3 beats targets, raises expectations

Qualcomm posted a very strong third quarter: adjusted earnings came in at $934 million, a 29 percent increase over year-ago levels and up 11 percent from Q2. Sales for the quarter came in at $2.33

ALSO NOTED: Qualcomm's new base station design; First (?) SMS book? and much more...

> Qualcomm announces new ultra mobile base station reference design. Release