Qualcomm says Apple is just ignoring Chinese law
Apple's faith in its software geniuses to fix a patent problem which could result in it being banned in China has been misplaced, according to Qualcomm.
By blocking a site it doesn't like
The Swedish ISP Bahnhof shuttered the site of academic publisher Elsevier after it ordered it to close several piracy related domains. Now Sweden's telecoms watchdog is holding an inquiry to determine whether the ISP breached net neutrality rules.
Don't ban them because the US says so
Germany's IT watchdog has expressed scepticism about calls for a boycott of Chinese telecoms giant Huawei, saying it has seen no evidence the firm could use its equipment to spy for Beijing.
Thanks to Trump's FCC
A US ISP gave its customers a clear snapshot of the powers that were awarded to them by Donald Trump's FCC when it switched off the internet for its customers until they acknowledged reading an advert for one of the services it was peddling.
Sauce and chips
As we expected, MIPS has gone open source, with its Instruction Set Architecture (ISA) and MIPS' latest core R6 available in the first quarter of 2019.
Part of its data-centric plans
Chipzilla is talking about manufacturing expansion at its three main sites – Oregon, Ireland and Israel.
Early stages of talks
Chipzilla is talking about getting rid of its last stake in security outfit McAfee.
A new report suggests growth problems in the Promised Land
A new report has warned that Israel is struggling to recruit enough workers to its technology sector.
The lead attorney for the group of Apple device assemblers seeking at least $9 billion in damages from Qualcomm said on Sunday the contract manufacturers are not in settlement talks with the mobile chip supplier and are “gearing up and heading toward the trial” in April.