Listen: Qualcomm, Apple And Janet Papas discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia
"Forty five trillion dollars over the last two years, apple and Qualcomm of being finding the how much welcome can shots for the use of its pay to technology in funds. So there's nothing close to an agreement, but a trial in federal court could change that it got underway today in San Diego for the first time federal jury will decide if call comes business model is legal and with apple had the right to stop paying royalties for the technology. Matt Lawson is vice president Janet Papas. It's essentially an antitrust question. That's asking can Qualcomm continue with this model of chips in one hand in licensing and the other a victory for either side could fool the lose it into concessions to settle the conflict. Apple CEO, Tim cook is expected to be cold to defend the company's business strategy and explain its relationship with Qualcomm, Hulu"