Microsoft, Intel Look to Cloud Sales as Earnings Season Begins
Apple Concedes That Qualcomm Was the Only 4G-Ready Chip Source
Billions of dollars in chip supply deals involving Apple and Qualcomm may have collapsed over a squabble about software access.
Qualcomm’s Business Model Is on Trial Over a $7.50 Fee
Chairman Andy Bryant told some employees recently that the chipmaker may go with a “non-traditional” candidate.
Qualcomm Attempt to Cast Intel as Hypocrite Backfires in Antitrust Trial
SoftBank's ARM Spends Big to Meet Son's Connected World Dream
Qualcomm Claims 5G Leadership in New Phones Coming This Year
But, Huawei is under the radar of U.S. government which alleges that China is illegally appropriating American technology.
Falloff in demand for iPhone shows it is hurt by high price and rise of cheaper comparable rival devices.
Trial to span 10 days starting Jan. 4 in San Jose, California.
IBM Says No Evidence That ‘Sensitive’ Data Was Taken by Hackers
Micron Sales Fall Short of Estimates in Memory Chip Slowdown
Apple said in a court filing that in 2017 it sold an estimated 50 million iPhone units in China.
Oracle’s report and predictions helped defuse concern that corporate spending on infrastructure is declining.
The two U.S. companies are locked in a worldwide dispute over licensing fees that Qualcomm charges for use of technology.
Cisco Is in Talks to Buy Optical Chip Maker Luxtera
iPhone Ban in China May Push Apple, Qualcomm Toward Settlement
Qualcomm Inc. said it won a ruling in China against Apple Inc. that bans the sale of some iPhone models in that country
Upon releasing the latest iPhones, Apple cut the price of older models.
Broadcom's Strong 2019 Sales Forecast Sends Shares Higher