The chipmaker is looking to appeal and overturn an earlier decision by the courts that acknowledged Apple's violation of the company's patent, but refused to implement a ban on some iPhones in the US.
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Proceedings in the ongoing antitrust trial against Qualcomm have now revealed that the iPhone maker wanted the company to furnish its latest phones with modems, but was turned down by Qualcomm.
The mobile chipset maker claims that a Chinese court ruled against Apple in a patent infringement case, forcing the company to halt sales of its more recent iPhone models in the country.
In the ongoing legal battle between Qualcomm and Apple, the former has claimed that the Cupertino giant owes it $7 billion in royalties. Apple has rejected this claim, deeming it to be unfair.
According to a recent court filing, the long-standing battle between Samsung and Apple over patent infringement has finally ended, with all pending claims and counterclaims being dropped.
The court case was supposed to start in October but Waymo had applied for it to be delayed slightly and moved to December, apparently so that they could compile more evidence for their case.
The words of the AI God will come on tablets of silicon, up from the valley, at least according to the beliefs of a religious group founded by the man at the heart of the Uber Waymo legal dispute.
hiQ is a company that "scrapes" public profiles from LinkedIn to package them for employers. This has drawn the Microsoft-owned company's ire. LinkedIn sent a cease-and-desist and got sued in return.
Alphabet has accused Uber of using stolen technology to develop its own autonomous car project. Alphabet's Waymo claims former executive, Levandowski, stole trade secrets in excess of 14,000 files.
The FBI is looking into its legal options about unlocking yet another terrorist's iPhone, which may embroil the federal agency in yet another dispute with the Cupertino-based tech giant.
No Man's Sky developer has stated that they have finally ended a legal battle with British telecommunications company, Sky, over the use of the word "Sky" in the name of the game.