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The Taiwanese phone maker is reportedly not going to make its own devices for the Indian market and leave it to three local players.
Spotify is working on paying money to the people who deserve the credit in making all of the music you stream from Spotify.
The San Diego-based semiconductors company is conceding some ground to smartphone manufacturers by offering a patents package at a lower price. But it doesn't mean that flagship phones will cost less soon.
Given the stumbling blocks Qualcomm has in front of it, such as Apple, Chinese regulators and grabby investors, the company has done a good job with the bottom line.
British smartphone vendor Wileyfox has managed to escape liquidation following a formal administration procedure and licensing agreement with compatriot STK.
The iPhone-maker was accused of infringing on patented haptics technologies for use in Force Touch, 3D Touch and the Taptic Engine.
The company sells GPUs for Apple's iPhones, but it might not have that contract in the next year or so. So, the fight begins to defend the core IP.
This is probably never going to happen, but it doesn't hurt to ask - Qualcomm wants the ITC to outlaw iPhones in order to score Apple royalties.
Samsung is now playing with Hollywood's codec of choice for compressing 4K video. As a large TV and smartphone maker, it's a big deal.
It has filed complaints with the US legal system as well as the International Trade Commission. BLU is said to have ignored negotiation requests.
Archos is Kodak's latest licensing partner, officially signed to handle manufacturing and distribution of jointly developed Android tablets.
Revenue was up, margins and net gains were down. Apple continued to exhibit strong peaks in services while seeing a spike in Mac and iPhone sales.
The semiconductor company is addressing multiple allegations made by Apple, the FTC and Korean regulators in its 1Q17 earnings call.
This time around, Samsung hasn't infringed upon Apple's patents, but Infinite Loop is still the plaintiff against chipmaker Qualcomm.
Infinite Loop claims that the San Diego-based chipmaker withheld $1 billion in royalty payments in the midst of an investigation into licensure practices.
The Federal Trade Commission is alleging that the chipmaker essentially shook down its clients for using competitors' products.
Semiconductor giant and leading 3G/4G patent holder Qualcomm has just signed another undoubtedly lucrative licensing deal, this time with Meizu.
Qualcomm has had a bad rap with regulators for its predatory patent licensing practices. This is its second go around with Korea in five years.
The deal, which covers Gionee devices with Qualcomm's 3G and 4G technologies in them, rounds out a cadre with China's top ten manufacturers.
Qualcomm silicon will continue to be in one of the biggest smartphone manufacturers in China thanks to this licensing agreement.
Huawei, a Chinese manufacturer, is trying to get Samsung to pony up license fees for patents regarding 4G cellular technology and other assets.
Microsoft is said to be planning thousands of job cuts in its mobile division while the Nokia brand on feature phones may get another owner.
It has struck agreements with camera maker Canon and gambling-focused IGT, both companies have some unique, proprietary charging technologies.