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NEWS ANALYSIS: Samsung President DJ Koh described in detail the manufacturing defects in rechargeable batteries that caused some of its Galaxy Note7 big-screen smartphones to burn or explode.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Plaintiff claims Qualcomm used its "monopoly position" to seek "onerous, unreasonable and costly" terms for patents.
Qualcomm finds itself fighting antitrust charges on multiple fronts as 2017 unfolds. The company in the past week has been served with two separate legal actions, either one of which could have a major impact on its business and bottom line. On Jan. 17, the Federal Trade Commission announced...
NEWS ANALYSIS: A close look at statements by newly-inaugurated President Donald Trump may provide some comfort to the U.S. technology industry, but it’s clear that some policies will change.
So far in 2017 we’ve seen few mobile product updates. Introductions of new mobile devices were sparse at the Consumer Electronics Show 2017, with only small vendors announcing new smartphones. Meanwhile, new tablets were scarce and big-name wearables were non-existent. And as usual, Apple didn’t...
Apple began 2017 maintaining its inscrutable silence about new or updated products. One of the mobile industry’s most influential companies has been the subject of constant speculation and rumors about new product introductions, including a new iPhone and updates to its Mac Pro desktop, but...
NEWS ANALYSIS: It appears increasingly likely that updated Apple iPad Pro and Microsoft Surface Pro tablets will compete head to head starting this spring.
DAILY VIDEO: IBM unveils all-Flash storage for cognitive workloads; Microsoft Power BI reports go mobile; Google parent Alphabet kills drone-borne internet project; and there's more.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Ransomware is a significant problem for small and medium-size business. But now there’s a new military-grade means of fighting back.