Broadcom said it had laid off about 1,100 employees across its businesses to cut costs after its merger with Brocade
The ruling clears an antitrust roadblock caused by trade tensions between the US and Beijing
South China Morning Post
"China's government has been trying to break the country's addiction to ever-rising debt."
New York Times
Once again European lawmakers are set to vote on a bill that promises to change the internet as we know it.
A bunch of new Microsoft hardware codenames and information are circulating. Here's what could be in the works and when new devices may arrive.
The Q Fund will seek to work exclusively with startups developing software and services that tackle AI's biggest challenges.
Intel has started production of modem chips that will go into Apple's upcoming iPhones later this year, while the US semiconductor company continues to eye markets beyond personal computers and pledges to take the lead in fifth generation, or 5G, wireless communication after 2019.
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"We are not looking at strategic options. We are not selling. We are still focused on it."
Telecommunications equipment maker ZTE fell around 40% early in Hong Kong Wednesday trading hours after its shares resumed trade there and in Shenzhen. ZTE said it will pay a US$1 billion lump sum payment to the US government as part of a settlement agreement, as well as an additional US$400 million in escrow.
A US district court judge has cleared the merger of telecoms giant AT&T and media firm Time Warner, in a major defeat for government regulators. The US had sued to block the deal, arguing that it would reduce competition in pay TV and lead to higher prices for consumers.
Samsung has asked a court to either dismiss the judgment in its phone patent fight with Apple or retry the case in which the damages were decided. In a 34-page post-trial motion filed with the US District Court in San Jose, California, Samsung says the jury's US$539 million verdict is "excessive" and not supported by the evidence.
The Republican-led Senate is working to reverse President Donald Trump's decision to allow Chinese telecom giant ZTE to buy component parts from the US.
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The long-running patent dispute between Apple and wireless chip supplier Qualcomm didn't look likely to end anytime soon, with more than 50 separate proceedings filed across 16 jurisdictions in six different countries. Apple accuses Qualcomm of unfair terms for the use of its chips and patent licenses, while Qualcomm accuses Apple of infringing those patents. Bloomberg reports that the outcome of hearings in three countries - the US, Germany and China - could prove decisive.
Apple has revised its App Store rules to place restrictions on cryptocurrency mining, storage and payment across apps it distributes. The rules change coincides with the company's introduction of beta versions of its forthcoming iOS, macOS, tvOS and watchOS releases at its annual developer conference.
Phil Spencer, Microsoft's gaming chief, has revealed the company is hard at work building a streaming game service for any device.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk disclosed on Twitter Sunday that the company plans to roll out its "Version 9" software in August of this year, and that the update will "begin to enable full self-driving features."
The company has disclosed that a bug, which was live last month, switched the "suggested" sharing setting on some users' posts to the "public" setting.
Leaders of the G7 group are gathering in Canada for what could be one its most acrimonious summits in years. On the eve of the meeting, the French and Canadian leaders clashed with US President Donald Trump on the summit's key agenda - trade tariffs.
The US has reached a deal with Chinese tech firm ZTE that will remove a ban that prevented the company from buying parts from US suppliers, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross has said. The deal will involve ZTE paying a US$1bn penalty and hiring a compliance team chosen by the US.
Jacobs's new company, XCOM, will focus on 5G wireless technology but still doesn't have a business plan.
The head of Taiwan's Foxconn, which assembles Apple iPhones and other tech products, says Washington's conflict with Beijing is over technology rather than trade.
ZTE has signed an agreement in principle that would lift a US Commerce Department ban on buying from US suppliers, allowing the Chinese telecommunications equipment maker to get back into business, according to sources familiar with the matter.
China has launched a probe into Samsung Electronics, SK Hynix and Micron Technology, the three semiconductor makers who control the market for DRAM memory chips.
Apple will attempt to frustrate tools used by Facebook to automatically track web users, within the next version of its iOS and Mac operating systems.
The response came after industry website Jiweinet reported on Friday that the Chinese antitrust agency launched a sudden investigation into the Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen offices of Samsung, SK Hynix Inc and Micron Technology on Thursday seeking certain information.
Google has discussed building its phones for the first time with Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., also known as Foxconn, the same manufacturer that assembles iPhones, one of the people said.
The chip is AI capable and built using 10nm process technology.
A number of chips will require mature processes in 200mm plants for a long time.
After nearly five days of deliberations, a US jury on Thursday said Samsung Electronics should pay US$539 million to Apple for copying patented smartphone features, according to court documents, bringing a years-long feud between the technology companies into its final stages.
Qualcomm Technologies has announced the formation of Qualcomm AI Research, a cross-functional, cooperative effort that encompasses all of the cutting-edge artificial intelligence (AI) research taking place across the company.
This year Apple AAPL -0.18% will change its iPhone line-up dramatically. There will be three new models in three new sizes and - perhaps most surprisingly - some major price cuts. And now even Apple is giving us clues about this...
The chairman of South Korea's LG Group, Koo Bon-moo, instrumental to transforming the country's fourth-largest conglomerate into a global brand, passed away on Sunday after a year-long battle with brain disease.
Families of terrorism victims are warning the Trump administration may negotiate away US$150 million ZTE was expected to pay for violating US sanctions - a move that they say would send a terrible message to global firms thinking of doing business with rogue regimes.
China and the US say they will halt imposing punitive import tariffs, putting a possible trade war "on hold." The deal came after talks in the US aimed at persuading China to buy US$200 billin of US goods and services and thereby reduce the trade imbalance.
Samsung Electronics is in talks with several smartphone makers including China's ZTE to supply mobile processor chips, a senior executive said, a move that will bring it in more direct competition with larger rival Qualcomm.
This follows news that the social network created a blockchain division.
US President Donald Trump has said he wants to help save ZTE, one of China's biggest telecoms companies.
China's antitrust regulator has approved Qualcomm's joint venture with a unit of China's state-owned Datang Telecom Technologyto design smartphone chipsets, people familiar with the matter said, a win for the US chip maker amid escalating US-China trade friction.
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The Department of Defense is concerned that the phones pose a security threat to "personnel, information and mission."
It's a time of optimism and transition at Nintendo, where brisk sales of the Switch have bolstered its bottom line and new leadership signals a fresh approach to the market. Shuntaro Furukawa, the new president, told the Nikkei that one of his plans is to pursue mobile gaming with more vigor, aiming to build it into a billion-dollar business.