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Jury decides Apple violated three Qualcomm patents in iPhones Apple was told to pay over $31 million. Qualcomm filed suit over the issue in 2017 Qualcomm had been Apple's exclusive supplier since 2011 -- Intel's components have now replaced Qualcomm's in iPhones Apple later started selling iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 in Germany again after swapping out Intel modems for Qualcomm's there
Google faces another fine from the EU next week  Google is expected to face a fine from European authorities next week following an investigation into its online advertising business. Google was fined  €2.4bn (£2bn) in 2017 over its online shopping search engine tool and the way that it displayed sponsored search results about products by competitors Apple rejected the allegations in a blog post on Friday in which it accused Spotify of using misleading rhetoric
Apple infringed three Qualcomm patents, jury finds Mobile phone chip supplier Qualcomm Inc on Friday won a legal victory against iP... Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment During an eight-day jury trial, Qualcomm asked the jury to award it unpaid patent royalties of up to $1.41 per iPhone that violated the patents The case is part of a series of lawsuits around the world between the companies Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
Qualcomm defeats Apple in patent trial, stock gains Qualcomm Inc. shares received a quick boost in Friday trading after the chip maker reportedly won a patent trial against Apple Inc. in San Diego, Calif.... Another trial is scheduled to begin in San Diego next month, and the Federal Trade Commission is still weighing arguments made by the two sides in a trial that ended earlier this year After news of the verdict hit, Qualcomm shares jumped to $57.34, 3.5% higher than Thursday's closing price, though gains settled down to about 1.7% soon thereafter
Amazon stock gains after KeyBanc analyst is last to jump on bullish bandwagon It’s now unanimous—100% of the analysts surveyed by FactSet who cover Inc. are now bullish. AAPL, +1.76% at $879 billion, but just above Google-parent Alphabet Inc The average price target is $2,121.61 implies a market cap of $1.04 trillion, which means Wall Street expects Amazon to become the most valuable U.S. company Tomi Kilgore Tomi Kilgore is MarketWatch's deputy investing and corporate news editor and is based in New York We Want to Hear from You Join the conversation Comment
Week In Wearables: AirPods Very Close, Garmin's Premium Smartwatch, Fitbit Inspire HR Review This week in wearable news, a new rumor suggests AirPods are now so close you can almost touch them, Garmin’s $2,500 smartwatch draws attention, Fitbit’s latest is reviewed and there are more stories of the Apple Watch potentially saving lives. a It replaces the company's hugely popular Alta and Alta HR bands as it's most accessible fitness trackers – but because it offers a clip-on design, it finally kills off the Flex, Zip and One TV And News Services Expected Next iPad Rumored To Keep Headphone Jack, May Have Brilliant, Surprise New Design AirPods 2 Nearly Here, Leak Hints At New Design And Crazy-Fast Wireless Charging AirPods 2 Revealed In Leak To Be Nearly Here, Boasting Brilliant New Feature
Microsoft is Testing 50-Person Video Calls on Skype | Digital Trends Microsoft is currently testing a key change to its Skype video conferencing software. The latest beta version of Skype is now introducing an ability to enter a video call with up to 50 people, a change from the current public version which has a maximum limit of 25 participants. Once testing is finished with Skype Insiders, you can expect Microsoft to roll it out to the public in the next few weeks or within the month Skype has evolved quite a bit since it was first introduced in 2003, and it even recently received a feature which allows users to blur out the background on calls We have our picks here, and our choices include Telegram, Line, Viber, and more
'Let’s clear this one up right away': Apple throws jabs at Spotify's complaint in Europe Apple fired back at Spotify after the music streaming company filed a complaint against the iPhone maker with the European Commission. Buzz60 The battle of the music streaming titans is officially on The iPhone maker also threw in a couple more subtle jabs in the lengthy Addressing Spotify's Claims press release Even now, only a tiny fraction of their subscriptions fall under Apple’s revenue-sharing model
One in three card payments made in Britain each day are contactless Contactless card spending surged by nearly a third in 2018 and one in three card transactions are now 'tap and go'. A total of £69 billion was spent using contactless cards in 2018 - up by 31.8 per cent. Every day last year around 20 million 'tap and go' payments were made, according to trade association UK Finance It works alongside most banks and most major credit and debit cards providers including Visa, MasterCard and American Express Apple Pay requires the Near Field Communication (NFC) antenna and Touch ID or Face ID on iPhone 6 and later to work
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