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Qualcomm adds NFC support

Qualcomm has added support for Near Field Communication (NFC) technology to certain chipsets in its product portfolio.

Telstra commits to 42Mb/s by year-end

Australian operator Telstra yesterday announced that its Next G HSPA Evolution network will be upgraded to 42Mb/s by the end of the year.

Qualcomm chipset targets multimode handsets

Qualcomm has released details of a new silicon device that targets smartphone manufacturers who want to support various different technologies such as CDMA2000, HSPA+ and LTE.

Nokia and Qualcomm join forces

Nokia and Qualcomm have teamed up to develop WCDMA-based 3G devices in a deal that goes some way to resolving the previously frosty – and often litigious – relationship between the two mobile heavyweights.

Nokia deal a boon for Qualcomm, says iSuppli

The new handset deal between Nokia and Qualcomm announced last week at Mobile World Congress will see Qualcomm extend its lead in the mobile chip sector, says research firm iSuppli

Qualcomm buys content delivery tech company

Qualcomm has moved to strengthen its position in the mobile TV space via the acquisition of US content delivery technology firm, Digital Fountain.

Anti-trust lawsuits against Qualcomm dismissed

Cellular News notes that Qualcomm has announced that a US court has granted it motions to dismiss three consumer class action lawsuits alleging antitrust violations and unfair competition by Qualcomm.

Qualcomm faces allegations from Korean regulators

Reuters reports that Qualcomm said yesterday that the Korean Fair Trade Commission (KFTC) had made allegations about the legality of its business practices, including rebates and discounts for its customers.

Qualcomm moves to support open source developers

Cellular News notes that Qualcomm has established a separate wholly-owned subsidiary, Qualcomm Innovation Center (QuIC), focused on mobile open source platforms. QuIC has brought together a group of engineers to optimise open source software with Qualcomm technology.

Court dismisses Broadcom complaint

A federal court has dismissed a Broadcom complaint against rival Qualcomm, the latest move in their long-standing battle over mobile phone technology patents, noted Reuters yesterday.