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-- Qualcomm Will Vigorously Contest Complaint and Defend its Business Practices --
The chip giant faces a case from U.S. antitrust regulators that alleges it uses unfair licensing practices with smartphone makers and limits competition in the handset market.
5G Expected to Create 22 Million Jobs, Produce Up to $12.3 Trillion of Goods and Services by 2035
To focus on growing mobile and IoT ecosystem in India with R&D and localization support
That explains why NXPI is trading some $12 below the merger price.
President-elect Donald Trump's anti-China comments are raising the odds that Beijing regulators will try to stop Qualcomm from buying NXP Semiconductors, says Jim Cramer.
Both 5G and virtual reality are still in their early innings, but a number of eye-opening applications have been dreamt up for each of them.
Earnings previews, company updates, dividend reminders -- the works.
In an interview, Hassane El-Khoury discussed connected cars, the Internet of Things and expectations about industry M&A.
Elizabeth Lim, Mergermarket America head research editor, expects further energy consolidation and increased media mergers in 2017.
UnitedHealthcare and Qualcomm Incorporated (NASDAQ:QCOM), through its wholly owned subsidiary Qualcomm Life, Inc.
Investors nearing or in retirement often use dividends as a source of income. Here's why dividend growth is more important than just a high yield.
A look at iPhone's first decade and how it has changed the way people communicate and live.
Get ready for some fancy new expected features in Apple's tenth anniversary iPhone, including one involving augmented reality.
Here's a glimpse into the technological future.
Investors will focus on whether the new Nokia 6 will sit comfortably alongside other promising Chinese competitors.
Breakthroughs in artificial intelligence are powering technological advances that likely will bring many driverless capabilities within reach of automakers in the next five years.
For some, the new features may be pretty cool.
The annual CES blowout will be more like an auto show in 2017, with carmakers, chipmakers, software developers and others all set to make announcements.
Bitcoin rocketed onto the scene in 2013, soaring from roughly $13 to more than $1,100 at its peak. After a steep decline and a few years, it's climbing once again.
Intel, Nvidia, and Amazon's partners are among the companies launching a slew of products covering cars, smartphones, PCs, smart home devices and VR headsets.
Steve Mollenkopf's keynote address talked about Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 835 processor and how it will help transform virtual reality and the Internet of Things.
The autonomous Chrysler Pacifica features technology developed inside Alphabet, but it's unclear how the company will make money on it.