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Apr 17, 2019 Apple and Qualcomm Reach A Settlement Over Chip Lawsuit San Diego based wireless company Qualcomm won a major victory in settling its wide-ranging legal dispute with Apple Inc. signing a six-year patent license deal and a supply agreement. The settlement could also pave the way to getting the Qualcomm modem chips back in the iPhone, which featured only Intel Corp chips last year. Reporter: Erik Anderson KPBS Shadow Workforce: Unequal Treatment What color badge do you wear at work? The answer means a lot in Silicon Valley. Contract workers at many companies, including Google, Apple, and Salesforce, get different colored badges. They can limit where contractors can go on campus, what parties or trips they can attend, and they tell everyone that the worker is not full-time. Not exactly a badge of honor. The worker we hear from today tells us about the separate and unequal treatment he experiences at a tech company in Silicon Valley. Reporter: Sam Harnett KQED San Francisco Film Festival: Unsettled: Seeking Refuge in America Subhi Nahas survived death threats from Islamic terrorists, escaped his father and managed to get to the U.S. as a refugee. Why? He's Syrian, and he's gay. Nahas is the subject of a new documentary called "Unsettled: Seeking Refuge in America" stories of LGBTQ refugees and asylum seekers fleeing persecution. Reporter: Penny Nelson KQED

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