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Who's the greedier contestant in this big fight over smartphone patents: Apple or Qualcomm?

You can choose to view Qualcomm as a little guy being picked on by bullies. In just the last 10 months, after all, the San Diego semiconductor company has been fined $853 million by South Korean antitrust regulators, sued by the Federal Trade Commission for allegedly monopolizing a key cellphone...
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South Korea's antitrust regulator slapped an $865-million fine on Qualcomm Inc. on Wednesday for allegedly violating competition laws. The Fair Trade Commission said the San Diego company had engaged in unfair business practices in ...

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