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 transmission technology patents related to the H.264 video compression standard used in some high definition products. The court ordered Qualcomm to pay all of Broadcom's fees and costs in defending the patent infringement case. Article

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