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    While apparently not a threat to the US market....the stuff about Qualcomm's "exhorbitant" licensing fees could have some signiifcant market impact down the line even here in the US.
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    I sure hope not... Qualcomm is one of San Diego's best and biggest businesses.

    However, is Nokia really relevant in the CDMA market these days in the US? I can't remember the last time I've seen a CDMA Nokia phone outside of a store.
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    Yeah, I rarely even see Nokias in general. They lost out to Motorola over the years. Plus, Nokia has always been a big GSM manufacturer, so this doesn't really surprise me.


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