U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh of the Northern District of California has just brought a world of pain on Qualcomm Inc.

Koh threw the antitrust book at the San Diego chipmaker Tuesday night, finding in a 233-page order that Qualcomm illegally monopolized markets for the CDMA and 4G LTE modem chips used in premium smartphones.

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