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Qualcomm seeks $31 million in damages from Apple in California patent suit

That figure based on estimates of iPhones sold between July 2017 and last fall, and a fee of $1.40 per infringing device, according to Patrick Kennedy, an economist and managing director at Torrey Partners, reports CNET. Qualcomm is suing over Apple’s use of Intel modems, which are allegedly violating multiple power-related patents. Kennedy was cross-examined by an Apple lawyer who argued he was exaggerating the value of patented technology. It’s not clear if Apple’s team raised the issue of the patents’ validity or cast doubt on infringement. Damages of $31 million is paltry next…

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A patent details Apple’s AirPower wireless charger potential smart features

In a recent patent from Apple, the mythical AirPower wireless charging mat makes an appearance. Although there’s no mention of the name in the document, it’s easy to assume that we are talking about the very same device and it goes into details about the features. By now, we know that the AirPower charging mat can be used to charge multiple devices simultaneously such as your iPhone, AirPods and Apple watch. But while it does that, it can also communicate with each and every one of them in more than…

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