ZTE didn’t instantly react to a request for opinions.

The Chinese business was purportedly attempting to conceal the illegal technology shipments and had been acquiring contracts to construct Iranian mobile and landline networks. But in 2012, Reuters disclosed that ZTE was selling surveillance equipment with the capacity of spying on web and cellular communications to Iran.

In the year 2012, the U.S. started probing ZTE over the prohibited sales.

When the business was found selling the technology, the Chinese business still restarted the prohibited shipments to Iran, the Justice Department said.

Apple is requesting a Southern California court to order Qualcomm to pay almost $ 1 billion to it that it says Qualcomm is holding back.

The suit alleges that high licensing fees charge to the firms that make iPhones for Apple. Those businesses pass the fees on to Apple but are enabled to reveal Apple uncertain what it’s paying for being the details of the licensing deals, left by Apple.

“The more Apple innovates with exceptional attributes including TouchID, complex screens, and cameras, to mention only a few, the more cash Qualcomm gathers for no reason and also the more costly it becomes for Apple to finance these inventions.”

The litigation comes only months after Apple started using Intel radio processors in certain units of the iPhone 7.

For unfair licensing practices, antitrust regulators in South Korea imposed an $ 854 million fine against Qualcomm in December. Qualcomm vowed to appeal the judgement.

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