Qualcomm says the iPhone uses six inventions that Apple isn’t paying for.
Qualcomm owns a lot of IP (intellectual property). Much of it is for things we don’t think about when we are using a phone powered by one of its processors, like network data transfer and battery management. Today, it has filed a complaint with the ITC (international trade commission) against Apple, which it says uses six patented technologies without offering the correct compensation to Qualcomm.
It makes it clear that these are not industry standard …
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Samsung has filed a patent for wireless charging cases that, based on the diagrams, would be able to charge a separate device wirelessly just by setting that device down onto the case and letting it rest there, just as you would if you were placing down on an actual wireless charging pad. The new cases look like they would be designed for the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series devices, or perhaps the Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab series, as the diagram seem to show devices that look both like a smartphone and either a phablet or tablet-sized device.
The new wireless charging cases are said to be based on the standards that were put forth by the Wireless Power Consortium, and it looks like S…
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