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New See the second point in the complaint
Qualcomm has patents that cover the standards underpinning the essentials of a cell phone. They were using those to force the sale of their chips. That's the big no-no.

It is interesting to see Apple caved on this as they had a round with Samsung in court regarding their FRAND licensing terms and were handed a clear victory.
New /cynic
Unless Apple thought doing this would make it harder on the Android market, since every company would have to negotiate their own terms without collective bargaining power.
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Drew
     FTC files suit against Qualcomm - (Another Scott) - (5)
         explain why no licence no chips is a bad idea please -NT - (boxley) - (4)
             Re: explain why no licence no chips is a bad idea please - (Another Scott) - (2)
                 See the second point in the complaint - (scoenye) - (1)
                     /cynic - (drook)
             See DOJ's Chapter 5: "Antitrust Issues In The Tying And Bundling Of Intellectual Property Rights" - (a6l6e6x)

Many of the dead have finished being dead without the assistance of medical staff or fancy equipment. It would be good if people could help with the swift opening of bags that are wiggling and/or noisy.
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