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9 responses to “Sprint Claims QChat, Qualcomm Splits Hairs”

  1. zaid

    I think that’s bull****

  2. Don Louie

    SprintNextel should have been more aware of this, it’s only going to hurt thier credibility. Is there a legal recourse for Sprint

  3. Don Louie

    What does that clarify?

  4. Tony

    phonenews still has the story wrong. Will Chris and phonenews have the moral courage to print a retraction when it is public that Qualcomm is not the Verizon PTT vendor? Apparrently rumor qualifies as background research for phonenews.

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