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Jury finds Apple guilty of infringing on Qualcomm patents in latest lawsuit worth $31M

[2019-03-15 18:47:36]

Apple’s latest legal fight with Qualcomm started last week and a jury verdict today spells disappointing news for Apple. The jury for the suit voted that Apple infringed on all three of the patents that Qualcomm based the case on as it seeks $31 million in damages. The post Jury finds Apple guilty of infringing on Qualcomm patents in latest lawsuit worth $31M appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Jury finds Apple guilty of infringing on Qualcomm patents in latest lawsuit worth $31M


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