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Thursday, 03 October 2013 09:16

Trolls send HTC and Qualcomm back to the drawing board

Written by Nick Farrell



Curse you Nokia

HTC and Qualcomm have been sent back to the drawing board to come up with ways to alter a component for its flagship One smartphone and other new devices.

The move comes after a preliminary US court win by the former rubber boot maker Nokia. The court ruling raises the possibility of an import ban in HTC’s major overseas market. An International Trade Commission judge made a preliminary ruling September 23 that HTC infringed on two Nokia radio-related patents that help enhance transmission and reception of phone calls.

Nokia’s filings with the ITC said that the chip covered by the patents made by Qualcomm.

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