Chip maker Qualcomm has filed yet another suit against Apple, this time accusing the latter of breaking a software licence contract in order to benefit Intel in the making of broadband modems.
A consortium comprising Apple, Dell Technologies and Bain Capital has reportedly agreed to acquire Toshiba's NAND flash memory manufacturing unit.
Taiwan manufacturers Foxconn, Pegatron, Compal and Wistron have joined Apple in its legal battle against Qualcomm, charging that the chip maker overcharges for patent licences and breaks anti-trust laws.
I don't know what not to believe in anymore.
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