Alleven, Monica
August 2006
Wireless Week;8/1/2006, Vol. 12 Issue 16, p6
Trade Publication
The article deals with various legal conflicts on technology and intellectual property rights in the wireless industry. The 2 key contenders in the industry are Nokia with a capital of $79 billion in mid-July and Qualcomm with a $61 billion capital. Other companies have laid separate complaints to the European Commission to investigate the anti-competitive conduct of Qualcomm in patent licensing.


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