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Google is reportedly settling the class action lawsuit it is invoved in regarding the faulty original Pixel phones. It is ready to pay $7.25 million total.
According to Qualcomm's Second Quarter Fiscal 2019 Results, Apple paid Qualcomm between $4.5 and $4.7 billion to settle their disputes.
According to recent reports, Sprint and AT&T have amicably settled the 5G Evolution lawsuit. Details are yet unknown but this is what we know so far.
In an interesting turn of events, Qualcomm and Apple have agreed to stop all litigation and the two companies have signed two agreements.
Google and Huawei have proposed a settlement in the Nexus 6P class action which would grant up to $400 to owners as reimbursement.
The ITC is split in its decision in the Apple vs Qualcomm case. On Tuesday, the Commission sided with both Apple and Qualcomm.
Google will inform users about the choices for browsers they have on an Android phone, complying with a EU Commission decision from last year.
The Apple vs Spotify saga goes way beyong declarations and complaints. The two companies are direct competitors in the music streaming business.
A U.S. judge decided that Qualcomm owes Apple nearly $1 billion in patent royalty rebate payments, amount which will likely not be paid.
Chairman Richard Yu said that it does have a "plan B" in place if it has to cut ties with American businesses amid ongoing legal turbulence.
On our show, we discuss Huawei's legal challenges in the United States and beyond. Plus, hardware talk with the upcoming P30 and current Galaxy S10!
The Huawei saga continues with the company's CFO suing Canada over violation of her constitutional rights with the occasion of her arrest.
Another courtroom battle has started with BlackBerry suing Twitter over allegedly infringing on six of its patents related to messaging.
The Huawei Samsung patent dispute has been settled in the U.S., as both companies filed a motion asking the court to pause proceedings.
Qualcomm has attempted to stem iPhone sales in Germany over a patent infringement grudge, but Apple may have found itself a way out.
The FTC's lawsuit against the chipmaker took a hit when Apple admitted that Qualcomm's merits in LTE technology led to its modems being in iPhones.
Apple Korea is being investigated by the local watchdog under allegations of exploiting mobile carriers by passing along several costs.
As the trial between the U.S. Federal Trade Commission and Qualcomm begins, two Chinese companies are the star witnesses.
There is a new iOS 12.1.3 developers beta version now available for download, and it supposed to solve some of the issues we have seen before
Qualcomm recently claimed, in its defense, that Samsung and Huawei are supplying the majority of their modem chips in smartphones.
One analyst from Rosenblatt believes that Apple could scrap 4 million iPhones' worth of orders to its suppliers because of controversy around Huawei.
The ban affects iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 models, though Qualcomm vows it will pursue injunctions on the XS, XS Max and XR models, too.
Apple and Qualcomm are still going at it in China, even after the new iOS 12.1.2 software update has arrived in all iPhones