Qualcomm and Broadcom continue to settle their differences with the dismissal of two more patent-infringement lawsuits. \n\nQualcomm said on Friday that it had agreed with Broadcom to dismiss patent-infringement claims and trade secret misappropriation charges asserted by the companies in two lawsuits. \n\nThe dismissals dont mean peace between the battling companies, however. Additional suits between the companies filed in California and in the U.S. International Trade Commission will go forward, Qualcomm said. \n\nThe dismissed claims include charges of infringement of six Broadcom patents and four Qualcomm patents as well as claims by each company that the other had misappropriated trade secrets. The first of the relevant trials would have begun on March 19. \n\nIn February, the companies settled claims relating to two Broadcom patents and two Qualcomm patents. That settlement avoided a trial that would have started earlier this month. \n\nThe chip makers, which both specialize in wireless technologies, have been involved in a legal battle over patents since 2005.