Qualcomm has scored a major contract, with Meta tapping the firm to create its virtual reality (VR) chips.
Qualcomm has run afoul of Arm Holdings, with the latter suing the former over the licenses it acquired with its Nuvia purchase.
Intel has scored a major victory, securing Taiwan’s MediaTek as a customer for its foundry services.
Apple may be dealing with an uncharacteristic failure, with its 5G modem development efforts not going according to plans.
Qualcomm scored a major win, with an EU court striking down a $1 billion fine against it and criticizing the EU Commission’s original ruling.
Qualcomm CEO Cristiano Amon wants his company to be part of a consortium of rivals that would invest in Arm and ensure its independence.
Hacker group Lapsus$ is in the news again, this time for stealing 190GB of Samsung data and Galaxy code.
Samsung’s Exynos chip was lauded as one of the best chances for the Android world to challenge Apple’s performance on smartphones…but that hasn’t happened.
Intel and Italy are moving forward with negotiations to build a $9 billion chip factory.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has filed a lawsuit to block Nvidia’s attempt to purchase Arm.
The market for ARM-based Windows PCs is about to become far more diversified, with an exclusive deal between Microsoft and Qualcomm ending. Microsoft has been working to bring Windows to ARM devices, thanks in large part to Apple’s own move…
Casting further doubt on Nvidia’s attempt to purchase Arm Holdings, EU regulators have opened a formal investigation.
Google is working to bring Android closer to the Linux kernel in a move that could significantly speed up development time.
TSMC is preparing to raise prices on its chip production, a move that will have a global impact on the price of electronics.
Samsung may be the big winner with Google’s upcoming Pixel 6, manufacturing both the processor and the modem.
The UK may prevent NVIDIA from buying Arm Holdings, over national security concerns.