Apple and Qualcomm are currently locked in a legal dispute that will see the pair go to court next week. However, in a new report, we’re beginning to learn more about how the problems began and it stretches all the way back to 2017.
Huawei has been threatening to sue the U.S. government over legislation that prevents agencies from buying its products, and now the Chinese firm has come good on those threats.
The legal spat between Apple and Qualcomm looks set to rival that which saw Apple and Samsung go head-to-head for so long, but the iPhone maker has come out on top in one small way after a federal judge ruled that it cannot be held liable for any patent infringements that took place before the lawsuit was filed.
Qualcomm has lost a battle in its patent claims against Apple, with a German court rejecting four of its patents. A decision will be taken later on a further four patents.
According to a new report by Reuters, Qualcomm is now trying to ban the sale of the iPhone XS and iPhone XR in the country, too.
The spat between Apple and Qualcomm continues, after both CNBC and Reuters reported that the Fuzhou Intermediate People’s Court has granted the chip maker an import ban on a number of iPhones.
The endless patent infringement row between Apple and Samsung finally came to a close today, with the iPhone maker winning $539 million in damages from its South Korean competitor.
Apple and Samsung lawyers presented their closing arguments in the ongoing patent infringement lawsuit this Friday, with the jury unable to pass a verdict and scheduled to reconvene this Monday.
According to a new court ruling, Google's use of Java in Android "was not fair" use, meaning Google is now potentially on the hook for billions of dollars in damages.
It has taken years of legal wrangling but Apple has finally won its seemingly never-ending battle with Samsung over the Slide to Unlock patent case.