Qualcomm lost a patent case against Apple Inc. on March 26 when the U.S. International Trade Commission ruled one of the chipmaker’s patents was invalid. An administrative law judge ruled in Qualcomm’s favor that afternoon in a second patent case the company brought before the ITC, which the full commission will decide on later this summer.

Qualcomm lost a patent case against Apple Inc. on March 26 when the U.S. International Trade Commission ruled one of the chipmaker’s patents was invalid. An administrative law judge ruled in Qualcomm’s favor that afternoon in a second patent case the company brought before the ITC, which the full commission will decide on later this summer.

In a highly-anticipated final ruling March 26, the U...

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