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Qualcomm accuses Apple of stealing trade secrets to help out Intel

The battle between Qualcomm and Apple is furious.
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Qualcomm claims that Apple stealed chip technology and gave it to Intel.

According to this chip maker, Apple stole confidential information and trade secret 'vast expanse'. This was used to improve the performance of the chip made by Intel of Qualcomm rival. The claim is a part of the court newly submitted by Qualcomm.

This application was made in the San Diego Superior Court. To talk with CNBCDonald Rosenberg, Qualcomm's legal counsel, said, "If I illegally use Qualcomm 's valuable trade secret to help competitors catch up with irreversible, it will not be allowed to continue,

Previously, Qualcomm appealed to Apple as it was not auditing whether Apple is using Apple's source code. But now it insists that source code and tools have been stolen to overcome the design flaws Intel is struggling with.

QUALCOMM says it can access "back and forth" arguments between Apple and Intel engineers. This includes e-mail correspondence, Apple's source code development high, code used on Intel-based mobile phones.

This case is in line with the schedule of the court in April.

Apple and Qualcomm

Apple claims that in January 2017 the company first filed suit against Qualcomm and paid a $ 1 billion rebate. After that, Apple decided to withhold the usage fee of the QUALCOMM modem that I was using. Qualcomm has undertaken a series of unique lawsuits. Since then, battle has become more intense, and now I have experienced more twists and turns than pretzels.

Qualcomm 's CEO, Steve Molenkov said he was convinced that the dispute between Qualcomm and Apple will be resolved. But today's news suggests that it never happens anytime soon!

Source: CNBC

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