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  • How 5G drove moves by Apple, Qualcomm and Intel

    Apple and Qualcomm on Tuesday settled an acrimonious two-year legal dispute. Shortly afterward, Intel Corp said it will exit the smartphone modem chip business.

    Written by Reuters18 April 19 09:08
  • Apple unveils streaming service, credit card

    Apple has attempted to reintroduce itself as an entertainment and financial services company that also makes iPhones as it launched a streaming television service, a credit card and an online gaming arcade.

    Written by Reuters26 March 19 08:56
  • Apple Watch can detect irregular heart pulse rates

    ​The Apple Watch was able to detect irregular heart pulse rates that could signal the need for further monitoring for a serious heart rhythm problem, according to data from a large study funded by Apple, demonstrating a potential future role for wearable consumer technology in healthcare.

    Written by Reuters18 March 19 09:26
  • Apple infringed three Qualcomm patents, jury finds

    Mobile phone chip supplier Qualcomm on Friday won a legal victory against iPhone maker Apple, with a jury in federal court in San Diego finding that Apple owes Qualcomm about US$31 million for infringing three of its patents.

    Written by Reuters18 March 19 08:55
  • Smartphone market suffers record decline

    The Australian smartphone market has recorded its largest decline in any year to date, falling to just under 8.2 million units in 2018, according to the latest IDC figures.

    Written by Byron Connolly12 March 19 12:02
  • Apple cuts forecast following weak China sales

    ​Apple on Wednesday cut its sales forecast for its latest quarter, with Chief Executive Tim Cook blaming slowing iPhone sales in China, whose economy has been dragged down by uncertainty around U.S.-China trade relations.

    Written by Reuters03 Jan. 19 11:47
  • Apple to spend $1B on Austin, Texas campus

    ​Apple said on Thursday it would spend $1 billion to build a second campus in Austin, Texas, that will house up to 15,000 workers as part of a broader push by U.S. companies to create more domestic jobs.

    Written by Reuters14 Dec. 18 10:01