Will fix Qualcomm issue with a software update
Fruity cargo cult Apple believes it can work around the problem of its iPhone ban in China by leaning on its crack team of software experts.
Rethinking if it is in the public interest to ban iPhones after all
The US International Trade Commission is mulling over changing its mind on a ruling which said that banning imports of some iPhones into the United States was not in the public interest, even if Apple Inc infringed a Qualcomm patent.
Dump Intel and put Qualcomm out of business
Fruity cargo cult Apple has finally admitted that Intel cannot make a modem which can compete with Qualcomm and is working on something of its own.
Investigation: Ban stays during 10 days “appeal”
Monday was a busy day for both Apple and Qualcomm as the Fuzhou Intermediate People’s Court in China has granted Qualcomm’s request for two preliminary injunctions against four Chinese subsidiaries of Apple Inc., ordering them to immediately cease infringing upon two Qualcomm patents through the unlicensed importation, sale and offers for sale in China of the iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X.
Qualcomm patent infringement
Today is a big day in the tech industry especially for Qualcomm and Apple as after years of legal battle, a Chinese court decided that Apple is infringing two Qualcomm’s patents, resulting in the immediate ban of import and sale and offers for sale for various phones.
Not allowed to use the words crash, hang, bug, or problem
Underpaid, over-hyped Apple employees are forbidden from using certain words when talking to customers who might indicate that the product is not up to snuff.
Macs turned into dust bowl
You think that if you pay to double the price for a laptop that is a year out of date, the supplier might stump up for some basic dust filters. Apple did not think so.
CEO Steve Mollenkopf confirms
In a chat with CNBC, Qualcomm’s CEO confirmed that it and Apple are on the doorstep of a resolution of multi quarter licensing related issues. What CNBC didn’t tell you is that Apple doesn’t want to pay Qualcomm a tiny amount of money as it wants a special and favorable deal.
Apple loses while Vole gains
Microsoft stock market value surpassed Apple pulling ahead by as much as $3 billion as the Windows software maker benefited from optimism about demand for cloud computing services.
Apple wants to pay less
Next time you buy an iPhone that nowadays easily exceeds $1000, € or £, Apple doesn’t want to pay $13 out of the selling price of its phone to Qualcomm. That is what the whole fuss is all about. Qualcomm offers multi model standard essential patents that include 3G/4G and 5G in that price.