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Qualcomm: Apple supporters are trying to misdirect regulators - CNET

In a filing with the US International Trade Commission, the chip giant defends its proposed ban of some Apple iPhones.

News: Samsung, Intel and others rally to Apple’s side in Qualcomm legal fight

A group representing major tech companies has filed comments with the U.S. International Trade Commission backing Apple in its legal fight against chip maker Qualcomm, Reuters reports. The Computer & Communications Industry Association...Show More Summary

Intel slams Qualcomm in new legal filing, alleges a ‘long list’ of monopolistic practices

After being named in a group legal filing expressing support for Apple in its case against Qualcomm, Intel has now filed its own statement with the International Trade Commission. The chipmaker alleges that Qualcomm is not licensing its patents at a fair rate and thus abusing its position in the industry. more…

In Ironic Twist, Intel Accuses Qualcomm Of Anti-Competitive Tactics

In a statement to the U.S. International Trade Commission, Intel accused Qualcomm of abusing its market position and FRAND patents in order to charge exorbitant royalty rates from OEMs and to exclude competitors from the market.

Arista Sags: Q3 ‘Uncertainty’ Rises with ITC Setback, Says Wells Fargo

Arista was dealt a setback in its legal battle with Cisco Systems, after the International Trade Commission said it would maintain a cease and desist order that bans the company importing product, even though the U.S. Patent office threw out two patents in the matter as invalid. Show More Summary

Intel accuses Qualcomm of abusing its mobile chip monopoly

Qualcomm's dispute with Apple over patents on its chip tech recently took a nasty turn when it asked the US International Trade Commission (ITC) to ban iPhone sales in the US. In response to a request from the ITC, Intel has now made...Show More Summary

Tech group backs Apple in Qualcomm's ITC complaint

A lobbying group representing big tech industry players like Google and Intel sided with Apple in a filing delivered to the U.S. International Trade Commission, saying Qualcomm's bid to ban iPhone imports would hurt consumers.

Qualcomm wants U.S. to ban imports of some iPhones, escalating fight with Apple

Qualcomm Inc. fired back at Apple Inc. on Thursday in a fierce legal battle over patents, asking the U.S. International Trade Commission to ban the import of certain new models of iPhones. The San Diego company alleges that Apple is infringing on six patents issued between 2013 and 2017 that improve...

Qualcomm Seeks to Ban Intel-Powered iPhones in U.S.

Qualcomm this week launched a major new patent dispute with Apple. Qualcomm is filing a complaint with the United States International Trade Commission (ITC) seeking to block the importation of iPhones that infringe on six Qualcomm patents loosely related to power efficiency. Show More Summary

Qualcomm asks authorities to bar Apple from selling iPhones in the U.S. over patent dispute

(Reuters) — Chipmaker Qualcomm will ask the U.S. International Trade Commission to bar Apple from selling some iPhones and iPads in the United States that use chips made by competitor Intel on the grounds that the devices infringe on six Qualcomm patents. In a request that would broaden its legal battle with Apple, San Diego-based […]

Qualcomm accuses Apple of infringing six patents in iPhone, iPad

By Diane Bartz and Stephen Nellis WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Chipmaker Qualcomm Inc will ask the U.S. International Trade Commission to bar Apple Inc from selling some iPhones and iPads in the United States that use chips made by competitor Intel Corp on the grounds that the devices infringe on six Qualcomm patents. Show More Summary

Qualcomm goes nuclear, seeks total ban on iPhone imports

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Qualcomm has ratcheted its legal war with Apple up way past 11. The chipmaker has asked the US International Trade Commission to ban imports of some iPhone and iPad models from the US, on the grounds that they violate six Qualcomm patents. A...Show More Summary

Qualcomm wants to ban iPhone imports with new Apple lawsuit

Qualcomm's latest move in its rapidly escalating legal battle against Apple is bold. It filed a complaint with the US International Trade Commission (ITC), saying that the import and sales of some models of iPhones is "unlawful" andShow More Summary

Qualcomm seeks to block iPhone imports in patent dispute

Qualcomm plans to request the import ban Friday with the U.S. International Trade Commission, which has the power to block shipments of products that violate intellectual property. [...] disputes can take a long time to resolve, so iPhone sales aren't immediately at risk.

Qualcomm goes nuclear, seeks total ban on iPhone imports

Qualcomm has ratcheted its legal war with Apple up way past 11. The chipmaker has asked the US International Trade Commission to ban imports of some iPhone and iPad models from the US, on the grounds that they violate six Qualcomm patents. A...Show More Summary

Qualcomm asks ITC to block import and sale of Apple iPhone, iPad

As its legal fight with Apple intensifies, Qualcomm on Thursday said it plans to file a complaint with the U.S. International Trade Commission seeking an import and sales ban on iPhone and iPad models that allegedly infringe on six patents.

Cisco has scored a victory over a major rival: Arista's products are banned from entering the US (CSCO, ANET)

Cisco has scored a blow in its ongoing legal battles with Arista. Arista revealed on Wednesday that the US International Trade Commission has banned the networking company from bringing its flagship products into the US from its overseas manufacturers. The ban follows the ITC's ruling in May that Arista had infringed on two of Cisco's patents. Show More Summary

Suniva Dispute Could Devastate US Solar Industry, Cutting Two-Thirds Of Expected Installations Through 2022

If the US Government and its International Trade Commission rules in favor of a recent trade dispute filed by Chinese-backed US solar PV manufacturer Suniva, then the country's solar industry would be immediately devastated, and could...Show More Summary

Arista Rising: Notches Another Win in Cisco Affair at ITC

Arista won another legal victory as the administrative law judge of the U.S. International Trade Commission found in a first pass at the matter that Arista's redesigned switches do not violate a cease and desist order that was imposed last year, contrary to claims by Cisco, which had sued Arista for patents infringement and then filed a subsequent complaint with the ITC.

US Solar Industry Could Lose 88,000 Jobs If Government Rules In Suniva’s Favor

The US solar industry could lose a third of its workforce, or an estimated 88,000 jobs, if the US Government and the US International Trade Commission rules in favor of Suniva's request for a tariff and price floor US Solar IndustryShow More Summary

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