News: InterDigital Inc (IDCC.OQ)

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Fri, Jun 13 2014

InterDigital patents not violated by two phone makers: judge

WASHINGTON - Handsets made by ZTE Corp and Nokia, now owned by Microsoft Corp, do not violate InterDigital Inc's patents for wireless phones, a U.S. International Trade Commission judge said in a preliminary ruling released on Friday.

UPDATE 1-Nokia, ZTE do not violate InterDigital patents -ITC judge

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Nokia, ZTE do not violate InterDigital patents - ITC judge

WASHINGTON, June 13 - Nokia Corp and ZTE Corp do not violate InterDigital's patents for making wireless phones, a U.S. International Trade Commission judge said in a preliminary ruling released on Friday.

Samsung settles patent litigation with Interdigital

WASHINGTON - Wireless technology company Interdigital Inc has settled patent litigation with Samsung Electronics and licensed patents to the mobile phone maker, the companies said on Tuesday.

UPDATE 1-Samsung settles patent litigation with Interdigital

WASHINGTON, June 3 - Wireless technology company Interdigital Inc has settled patent litigation with Samsung Electronics and licensed patents to the mobile phone maker, the companies said on Tuesday.

China suspends InterDigital anti-monopoly probe

SHANGHAI, May 22 - China's anti-monopoly regulator has suspended its investigation of InterDigital Inc after the U.S. wireless technology patent developer pledged to change its pricing structure, but the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) said it would resume the probe if the company did not follow through.

EU closes case after Huawei, InterDigital settle patent dispute

BRUSSELS, Feb 26 - European Union antitrust regulators closed the case brought by Chinese network equipment maker Huawei Technologies Co Ltd against and U.S. patent licensing firm InterDigital after they settled the patent dispute out of court.

UPDATE 1-China accuses Qualcomm of overcharging, abusing dominance

* U.S. chipmaker under investigation by anti-trust regulator

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