Yesterday's decision was not final. In any case it was almost irrelevant as it was going to be appealed anyway and its value is $173m less the % to be paid to their lawyers , we are probably talking about a net effect of $100M, which is still quite possible. The $320M market cap cut the stock suffered yesterday appears extremely exaggerated.
Then you have to factor $25M cash on hand + the second lawsuit against QCOM, which is even bigger, and possible royalties coming from technology licensing.
All in all I consider yesterday's move as the usual market overreaction.