After exiting the smartphone market, LG is burying the hatchet with its one-time rival Apple and will sell iPhone in its stores.
Xiaomi has become the world’s number two smartphone maker for the first time ever, dropping Apple to third place.
A coalition of 37 states, plus the District of Columbia, have sued Google over alleged antitrust violations with its Play Store.
Qualcomm has its sights set on Apple, with plans to take on the company’s M1 processor.
Apple is working on an all-new iPad Pro design with an even larger screen, if reports are to be believed.
A bill introduced by the US House would prohibit Apple and Google from preinstalling their own apps, in an effort to reign in Big Tech.
Qualcomm has expressed interest in buying a stake in chipmaker Arm Holdings, should the NVIDIA deal fall through.
According to new research, the APAC (Asia-Pacific) region accounted for the lion’s share of the mobile gaming market, coming in at 60%.