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Qualcomm wants iPhone banned in China as legal battle grows

6 days ago   |   By SlashGear

In its latest legal move against Apple, Qualcomm is seeking to have the iPhone banned in China. The company has filed lawsuits against Apple in a Beijing court dealing with intellectual property, arguing that Apple is infringing on some of its patents. The matter has been dragging on for months and started with a lawsuit filed by Apple against Qualcomm...
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Qualcomm pursuing iPhone sales ban in China

Qualcomm pursuing iPhone sales ban in China

6 days ago   |   By Pocketnow

Apple's second largest market for iPhones is supposedly China, but the biggest impact that Qualcomm might place with this action is with parts makers.
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Qualcomm Moves to Block iPhone Sales in China

6 days ago   |   By Phone Scoop

Qualcomm has filed more lawsuits against Apple, this time seeking to prevent Apple from manufacturing and selling the iPhone in China. The fresh litigation was filed in an intellectual property court in Beijing. The two companies are embroiled in a series of legal battles over licensing fees. Apple insists that Qualcomm overcharges by requiring compensation not only for the actual chips, but also for licensing the technology in the chips. Qualcomm often demands that hardware makers pay it a percentage of the total device sale, rather than just a per-chip or per-license fee. As a result of...
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Qualcomm files lawsuits in China to ban iPhones

6 days ago   |   By Reuters

Qualcomm Inc confirmed an earlier report that the chipmaker had filed lawsuits in China, seeking to halt the manufacture and sale of Apple Inc's iPhones in the country.
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Qualcomm is trying to get iPhone sales banned in China

Qualcomm is trying to get iPhone sales banned in China

6 days ago   |   By The Verge

Qualcomm has launched a new lawsuit against Apple, asking a Chinese court to block the sale and manufacturing of iPhones within the country, according to Bloomberg. This is the latest strike in a legal war between the two companies, which started out in the US and has since expanded worldwide.
In its lawsuit, Qualcomm reportedly claims that Apple is in violation of three patents, none of which are essential to any industry standards - meaning Qualcomm isn't obligated to license them. "Apple employs technologies invented by Qualcomm without paying for them,” a Qualcomm spokesperson told...
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Qualcomm sues to block Apple from selling the iPhone in China

Qualcomm sues to block Apple from selling the iPhone in China

6 days ago   |   By Phone Arena

As we've written a number of times, Qualcomm is embroiled in a number of lawsuits involving Apple. Apple has accused Qualcomm of failing to pay it $1 billion in rebates that it says it is owed. Apple also has asked iPhone and iPad manufacturers not to pay royalties to Qualcomm for failing to offer its standard essential patents in a fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory manner.
Late last month, Qualcomm filed a suit in Beijing intellectual property court claiming that Apple infringed on its patents. The chip maker is asking for an injunction that would prevent the company from selling ...
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Qualcomm Looking to get Apple's iPhones Banned in China

6 days ago   |   By Android Headlines

Qualcomm and Apple's legal fight has seemingly taken another turn, this time with its eyes set on China. The chip maker has filed lawsuits in China which would ban the sale and manufacturing of Apple's iPhones in the country. This would be its biggest move against Apple, who has been suing Qualcomm over royalty payments which the Cupertino-based company believes Qualcomm is overcharging for. Qualcomm makes a big chunk of its revenue from royalties for all kinds of different things, and Apple along with some other customers of Qualcomm, believe that the company is overcharging for these...
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Qualcomm sues to stop Apple from manufacturing iPhones in China

Qualcomm sues to stop Apple from manufacturing iPhones in China

6 days ago   |   By TheBoyGeniusReport

As the legal battle over iPhone royalties rages on, Qualcomm recently filed a new suit against Apple, this time seeking to prevent the iPhone maker from manufacturing and selling iPhones in China. Though Qualcomm previously sought to prevent Apple from importing iPhones into the United States, taking steps to hinder the iPhone manufacturing process itself - which mostly occurs in China - clearly represents an escalation between the two companies.
Originally brought to light by Bloomberg , Qualcomm's latest suit centers on three Qualcomm technologies Apple is allegedly using on the iPhone.
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