A federal court in San Francisco ruled today that Qualcomm had not engaged in illegal practices related to its patents and chips for cell phones, the Wall Street Journal reported. The appeals court ruled that the Federal Trade Commission’s hadn’t proved that Qualcomm abused its market power when it required handset makers to license intellectual property as a condition of buying cell phone...
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