Qualcomm fined €242m by European Commission over price war that drove Icera out of business

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Qualcomm was fined $1.1 billion last year by EU over its deal with Apple to use only Qualcomm's chips in its devices
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Qualcomm was fined $1.1 billion last year by EU over its deal with Apple to use only Qualcomm's chips in its devices

Qualcomm sold UMTS baseband chipset at below cost to keep Icera from getting a foothold in the market, according to the European Commission

Qualcomm has been fined €242 million today by European Union antitrust authorities over a price war more than a decade ago with British fabless semiconductor company Icera. The penalty was levied over...

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