News: Group of Chinese developers launch antitrust complaint over App Store policies


A group of Chinese developers has filed a complaint against Apple alleging that the company has violated antitrust regulations in that country, Reuters reports. The group consisting of 28 developers is being represented by the Beijing-Based law firm Dare & Sure, and is accusing Apple of charging excessive fees and arbitrarily removing apps from the Chinese App Store without explanation. According to Lin Wei, an attorney at the firm, “During… …
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Qualcomm Mentions SDM845, More New Chips In Patent Complaint


The patent infringement complaint filed by Qualcomm with the International Trade Commission (ITC) against Apple earlier this month contains references to a number of unannounced mobile chips that the San Diego, California-based tech giant is currently developing. The most notable entry on the list that can be seen below pertains to the “SDM845,” presumably the Snapdragon Mobile 845, i.e. the company’s next flagship system-on-chip (SoC) that is likely planned to be commercialized in 2018. The very same model was already accidentally outed by the tech giant in early May, though the company promptly amended that mistake and removed the listing revealing the existence of the… |