We knew it was going to be bad. But could being placed on the Trump Administration's export blacklist actually be enough to put Huawei out of business...
Taiwanese firm rolls its first 5G SoC, says it's no longer a fast follower to Qualcomm
Pressuring a federal judge undermines an independent judiciary and the rule of law.
Judge Lucy Koh called Qualcomm's licensing practices on cellular patents anti-competitive in a sweeping 233-page decision
Temporary license grants suppliers ability to continue selling to Huawei through August 20.
Tariffs and Trump's executive order have replaced 40 years of economic integration. Vulnerable China could blink first in a trade war
IDC thinks a recovery might start kicking in by Q3, but nobody else is that optimistic
The Executive Order bars U.S. companies from using information and communications technology made by firms deemed to pose a threat to national
Advising the U.S. District Court judge overseeing the FTC's antitrust case against Qualcomm to not disrupt the 5G market is an unusual step on the par...
Burying the hatchet with Intel will result in a near-doubling of revenue in Q3, despite continuing weakness in smartphones, especially in China