The allegations are part of an ongoing series of lawsuits Qualcomm is embroiled in globally against Apple.
The vice president of strategy and M&A at the super-sized chipmaker suggested that autonomous vehicles will emerge in cordoned off areas where cars drive on their own.
Hester Peirce, a Republican member of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, criticized a bill passed by the heavily Democratic California Legislature requiring public companies based in the state to have at least one woman on their boards by 2019.
Amazon is looking to take advantage of the autonomous driving revolution.
Tesla is finding early success in its in-house body shop initiative, and that could have a big impact on total cost of ownership as the firm scales to more customers.
Advancements in technology—from the new Apple Watch to autonomous driving—are fantastic. But can the rest of the world catch up?
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