MWC 2021: Mobile industry players commit to support 5G mmWave
The companies announce their collective support for the next-gen technology to drive availability of 5G mmWave networks.
Qualcomm taps its own as new chief exec
The US chipmaker announces the appointment of Cristiano Amon as its new CEO.
First Nokia 5G-ready phone now available
HMD Global debuts the first Nokia 5G phone, alongside the budget Nokia 2.4 and the midrange Nokia 3.4.
Sonion Joins Global Qualcomm Extension Program
Sonion®, global leader in designing and manufacturing components and solutions for hearing aids, in-ear earphones and hearables/wearables, today announced that it is now a member of the Qualcomm® Extension Program and will offer the Sonion Voice Pick Up Bone Sensor on the Qualcomm®Ultra-Low Power QCC5100 Bluetooth SoC series in Q1 2020.
EU slaps Qualcomm with EUR242m antitrust fine
The European Commission accuses the chipmaker of abusing its market dominance in 3G baseband chipsets.
Chipmakers' revenue hurt by US-China trade war
Chipmakers and electronics manufacturers that depend on China for sales took a knock in the first quarter of 2019, according to a TrendForce report.
Uber, Microsoft to help WEF restore trust in tech
Some of tech and science’s biggest names will chair six new World Economic Forum councils on the fourth industrial revolution.
Huawei SA says local users unaffected by US ban
The Chinese telecoms giant says its devices in South Africans’ hands are completely unaffected by what is happening in the US, after Huawei was added to a US trade blacklist.
Trump blacklist sees Google restrict some Huawei business
The Chinese tech giant will reportedly lose access to updates to Google's Android operating system and future Huawei smartphones will not have access to the Google Play Store.
Intel ditches 5G smartphone modem business
Following an agreement to dismiss all litigation between Apple and Qualcomm, Intel says it will exit the 5G smartphone modem business.
Qualcomm seeks iPhone sale ban in Germany
The chipmaker posts bonds as part of a legal requirement by a German court, which found that Apple had infringed its patents.