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Qualcomm wants the makers of cellphones to move past the standard talk and standby times and into more important mobile metrics, according to the company. We kinda think that talk and standby times are still important, but there must be more, right? The device, network and feature fragmentation that

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In the latest edition of the love-hate Nokia-Qualcomm legal nastiness that's taking up way too much time these days, those mobile phone giants in Finland have asked a Texas court to make Qualcomm stop infringing on six of its MediaFLO implementations. Nokia has some gall to countersue Qualcomm over

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While Nokia and Qualcomm continue various spats and other legal nonsense to the nth degree, the future of 3G may be at risk. Well, not really -- but Nokia says it could very well slow things down, and mobile WiMAX and other technology that Qualcomm can't claim exclusive license to may be a possible

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As if the U.S. doesn't have enough MVNOs these days, CDMA pioneer Qualcomm plans on launching one with a healthcare focus. The new company, LifeComm, has been designed to have broad customer appeal -- not just for medical professionals -- and was created by Qualcomm and some unnamed partners. It's r

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The CDMA and royalty pioneer known as Qualcomm unearthed a $2.22 billion revenue figure for the first three months of 2007 (not bad, eh?). That rather large figure boasts a 21 percent increase from the year-ago period in 2006, so naturally, we had to ask -- what has Qualcomm been up to? The company

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We're just about to give both Nokia and Qualcomm some fightin' gloves if the two can't find some happy middle ground between their constant sparring in the press and on the telecom stage. In the latest round, Qualcomm has filed two new lawsuits against Nokia for -- you guessed it -- alleged infringe

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After we thought Qualcomm and Broadcom had at least kissed and made up a little, Broadcom dropped a bit of a bombshell this week: the wireless chipset company asked the International Trade Commission (ITC) to ban the import of Qualcomm-containing mobile phones to the U.S. The handsets in question fe

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Qualcomm and Nokia, the two heavyweight fighters in a long and drawn out nasty battle over intellectual property rights are possibly burying the hatchet (just not in each other's backs.) Both companies are having a press conference along with Sprint Nextel a week from tomorrow (Feb. 28). Now, when y

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