Qualcomm says the iPhone uses six inventions that Apple isn’t paying for.
Qualcomm owns a lot of IP (intellectual property). Much of it is for things we don’t think about when we are using a phone powered by one of its processors, like network data transfer and battery management. Today, it has filed a complaint with the ITC (international trade commission) against Apple, which it says uses six patented technologies without offering the correct compensation to Qualcomm.
It makes it clear that these are not industry standard …
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OnePlus 5 aims hard to boost its camera game – CNET
On the heels of launching its flagship phone months ago, OnePlus is releasing the 3T with a faster processor, a bigger battery and new software tricks. by Lynn La 2:11 Close Drag Autoplay: ON Autoplay: OFF OnePlus announced today that it’s partnering with …
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Alphabet’s Verily today announced the Study Watch, a wearable they hope will change medical research forever….
A team at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is trying to recreate the cradle of life, by gently rocking a combination of key minerals and organic molecules to see if certain chemical reactions give birth to life…
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Huawei aims for the high-end with Honor 8 Pro
Huawei is aiming for the high-end with its Honor 8 Pro smartphone. The Chinese smartphone company revealed its new flagship today, offering powerful performance and a reasonable price. Notably, the company claims that the device will offer two days of …
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One of the practices that is becoming increasingly common on Twitter, for better or worse, is so-called tweetstorming. Twitter itself, however, doesn’t directly support tweetstorming, so instead, users generally number their tweets and type them out separately from each other.
A new tool from longtime blogger Dave Winer, h…
Huawei P10: Chinese smartphone aims to stand out in ‘colour of the year’
Chinese electronics company Huawei is now the world’s third-biggest mobile phone manufacturer – though it’s still a brand many people don’t know well. Its latest releases, the Huawei P10 and P10 Plus, build on last year’s P9 by lavishing …
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