IRVINE, Calif. (AP) - Chip maker Broadcom Corp. said Friday it will accept $19.6 million in patent infringement damages from Qualcomm Inc., after federal judge James V. Selna gave the company the option of accepting the damages, reduced from $39.3 million, or seeking a new trial.Broadcom said it would accept the reduced figure and will immediately seek an injunction preventing Qualcomm from making or selling third-generation WCDMA and EV-DO cellular chips.http://news.moneycentral.msn.com/ticker/article.aspx?symbol=US:BRCM&feed=AP&date=20071123&id=7848445-- Broadcom accept the cash but seek injunction, more crazy legal stuff.Out of interest are there any readers out here?Tango
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