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Qualcomm wins $31M verdict in patent infringement fight with Apple

AppleInsider Friday, 15 March 2019
Apple has infringed on three technology patents owned by Qualcomm in some iPhone models, a jury at a San Diego trial decided on Friday at the end of a two-week trial, with the chip producer due to be paid all $31 million that it had requested in damages.
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