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Qualcomm tells court to force Apple to pay up

Qualcomm tells court to force Apple to pay up

Apple has stopped paying royalties to contract manufacturers for phone patents owned by Qualcomm over an "unresolved issue" -- a move that will hit the US-chip maker`s financial results.

Qualcomm unveils chipset for 4G feature phones

Qualcomm unveils chipset for 4G feature phones

Telecom equipment company Qualcomm today unveiled Qualcomm 205, a chipset to be used for making 4G feature phones that are expected to be priced below USD 50 or Rs 3,500 a unit.

Apple's legal fight with Qualcomm spreads to China

Apple's legal fight with Qualcomm spreads to China

Apple has taken its legal war with Qualcomm to China, filing lawsuits there accusing the chip-making giant of illegally wielding monopoly power.

ASUS launches ZenWatch 3 in two strap variants in India

ASUS launches ZenWatch 3 in two strap variants in India

Two strap variants of ZenWatch 3 were announced on Friday by technology major ASUS. 

Beware! Mobile banking apps and wallets such as Paytm, MobiKwik may not be secure

Beware! Mobile banking apps and wallets such as Paytm, MobiKwik may not be secure

Even as the government is promoting cashless economy and digital payments and transactions, it appears that most of the banking and mobile payment apps in India may not be fully secured.

Intel to develop ARM-based smartphone chips

Intel to develop ARM-based smartphone chips

Targeting smartphone chipmakers like Qualcomm and potentially Apple, Intel has entered into a new licensing agreement with rival ARM Holdings to produce 10-nanometre ARM chips.

LeEco hires Qualcomm’s Jaiteerth Patwari as research head at LeMall

LeEco hires Qualcomm’s Jaiteerth Patwari as research head at LeMall

Qualcomm's Jaiteerth Patwari has been hired by China's Leshi Internet Information & Technology (LeEco) to head the research and development division at its online retail store LeMall.

World's costliest android smartphone Solarin: 10 things you must know!

World's costliest android smartphone Solarin: 10 things you must know!

Here are 7 interesting aspects of phone that you must know:

EU accuses Qualcomm of using market power to hinder rivals

EU accuses Qualcomm of using market power to hinder rivals

European Union antitrust regulators charged Qualcomm on Tuesday with abusing its market power to thwart rivals, putting the world`s number one mobile chipset maker at risk of a hefty fine.

 

DNA: Will PM Modi's Silicon Valley visit boost the dream of Digital India?

Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited the tech capital of the world - Silicon Valley - to further his dream of 'Digital India.'

Has PM Modi emerged to be Brand India's biggest CEO?-Part 2

Will PM Modi's digital pitch in US benefit India?

Has PM Modi emerged to be Brand India's biggest CEO?

Will PM Modi's digital pitch in US benefit India?

Qualcomm to invest $150 mn in Indian startups

Qualcomm to invest $150 mn in Indian startups

US-based chip maker Qualcomm on Sunday said it would invest up to $150 million (Rs.9.8 billion) in Indian startups via a venture fund after Prime Minister Narendra Modi met top tech honchos in the Silicon Valley during his US visit.

Qualcomm sells UK spectrum rights to Vodafone and CK Hutchison

Qualcomm in June announced that it was putting a chunk of spectrum up for sale in Britain, which could appeal to mobile operators grappling with demand for Internet access.

Qualcomm appoints Sunil Lalvani as President of India ops

He succeeds Avneesh Agrawal, senior vice-president and president of Qualcomm India and South Asia.

Qualcomm appoints Sunil Lalvani as President of India ops

He succeeds Avneesh Agrawal, senior vice-president and president of Qualcomm India and South Asia.

Qualcomm's potential break-up could lead to courtship with Intel

Intel Corp is the best suitor for Qualcomm Inc`s chip unit, if the maker of Snapdragon mobile processors decides to break itself up.

Qualcomm to cut 15% jobs, raise resources in lower-cost regions

Mobile chip maker Qualcomm has announced a massive restructuring plan that will see the company slashing 15 percent of its global head count and eliminating about USD 1.4 billion in spending as it looks to increase resources in "lower-cost regions".

Qualcomm to cut 4,500 jobs, may split itself up

Qualcomm shares fell 1.8 percent to $63.05 in after-market trading on Wednesday. The stock has lost a fifth of its value in a year.