(1 day ago) Visit: Apple Online Store (China) After seven iPhones were banned in China, Apple also encountered a lot of challenges in the United States. On December 15th, according to Digitimes, the US International Trade Commission (ITC) said it would review Qualcomm’s request to ban iPhones in the United States.
(1 day ago) Tencent Technologies News, according to foreign media reports, in order to comply with the ban on the sale of the iPhone announced by Fuzhou Court on Monday, Apple may transfer more production tasks of the iPhone to Heshuo. According to Nikkei, Foxconn and Weichuang's assembled iPhone infringed Qualcomm's patent. But Heshuo's iPhone did not infringe Qualcomm's patent (Qualcomm has confirmed this).
(2 day ago) On the spot, when talking about IP, a new generation of Cambrian deep learning processor, Chen Tianshi said that the Huawei Kirin chip with Cambrian processor is the first AI mobile phone chip in the world. When talking about the Cambrian 1H processor, he said, "When Qualcomm released Miaolong 855 a few days ago, it claimed that its AI performance was twice as good as that of Friends and Merchants. I don't know if that means us. If so, I don't think 1H's AI performance will lag behind that of Miaolong 855.
(2 day ago) At a hearing in San Jose, Calif., FTC's lawyers said they were still negotiating with Qualcomm on the settlement. However, Qualcomm’s lawyers said there is no more information about the progress of the negotiations. The two sides said that negotiations were still going on in October. The case began in 2017 and will be heard in January next year, but the deadline for the collection of evidence by both parties is March this year.
(2 day ago) Earlier this week, Qualcomm unexpectedly beat Apple in the Chinese market, and the company received a ban on selling iPhones in China. However, this victory is more theoretical, the ban only applies to older models, and it seems to be based only on the iOS version they were running when they first went public, while Apple continues to sell all models of iPhone in China.
(2 day ago) Visit: Apple Online Store (China) Qualcomm announced on the evening of December 10 that the Fuzhou Intermediate People's Court of China has issued a preliminary ban on Apple's import and sale of iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone in the Chinese market. 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X, because the court believes that Apple infringed Qualcomm's two software patents.
(3 day ago) They will also pay attention to a finding by the judge that Apple has infringed one of Qualcomm's three patents. However, the case also confirmed that Apple did not infringe Qualcomm's other two patents. Both Qualcomm and Apple both rose less than 1% in after-hours trading, and the two companies also closed in red on the day of regular trading.
(3 day ago) Apple then responded: "Currently, Chinese consumers can still buy all models of the iPhone. We will seek all legal options through the courts. "Yesterday, it was reported that the banned iPhone could evade the ban by upgrading its system to iOS 12.
(3 day ago) In the workshop of Ningbo BYD Semiconductor Company, all the staff members are wrapped in white dust-proof clothes. They can only show one pair of eyes and communicate little with each other. They are busy shuttling between precision instruments, which is like a scene in a science fiction movie.
(4 day ago) Apple revealed that it had filed an appeal in the hope of overturning the ban on the sale of the iPhone. The media quoted relevant people of Fuzhou Intermediate Court as saying that the ruling belonged to the category of patent injunction, only one trial, no appeal, no second trial.
(4 day ago) Visit: According to legal sources, Apple Online Store (China) is subject to a patent injunction. Follow-up Apple can only apply for a reconsideration or reconciliation contact restriction order, and can not appeal to the second instance. Although Apple said in its subsequent response that the ban also had a prerequisite that the corresponding mobile phone should be iOS 11 or an earlier system version, that is, it would be okay to upgrade iOS 12, Qualcomm responded quickly that upgrading iOS 12 was useless and was still within the ban.
(4 day ago) Apple and Qualcomm have been in love for many years. Just yesterday, Qualcomm sacrificed its killer mace, Fuzhou Intermediate People's Court, which passed two interim injunctions against four Chinese subsidiaries of Apple, demanding that they immediately stop infringing on Qualcomm's two patents, including importing, selling and promising to sell unauthorized products in China. Seven mobile phones, such as the 6S and the X, face suspension. Destiny.
(4 day ago) First, Qualcomm is the plaintiff, while the defendant is Apple's four subsidiaries in China, namely, Apple Computer Trading (Shanghai) Co., Ltd., Apple Electronics Trading (Beijing) Co., Ltd., Apple Trading (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. and Apple Electronics Trading (Beijing) Co., Ltd. Fuzhou Taihe Branch.
(4 day ago) Qualcomm announced yesterday that the Fuzhou Intermediate People's Court of China has issued a preliminary ban on Apple's import and sale of iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X in the Chinese market.
(4 day ago) These access points are Netgear's mobile hotspots that support mmWave input and convert it to 802.11ac output (or 5Gbps USB 3.1 Gen 1 output), so all the demos in the room are actually Wi-Fi connected to these hotspots. Instead of connecting to the 5G network itself, this may be the first 5G use case, not a formal device.
(5 day ago) Yesterday (Dec. 10), Qualcomm announced that the Fuzhou Intermediate People's Court had approved Qualcomm's request for two preliminary bans on four Chinese subsidiaries of Apple, demanding that Apple immediately stop the import and sale of two Qualcomm patented mobile phones in China, including products from 2014 to 2010. All mobile phones launched in seven years.
(5 day ago) Visit: Apple Online Store (China) Apple and Qualcomm are struggling with intellectual property rights related to wireless networks and devices. Apple accused Qualcomm of illegally charging excessive patent license fees, and the chip giant used its other patents to counterattack. Qualcomm uses industry-wide strategies to try to ban iPhones to force Apple to reconcile.
(5 day ago) On the eve of the 5G opening, as a giant in the communications industry, Qualcomm still hopes to take the lead in the next technology iteration cycle, and the role of the Snapdragon 855 is self-evident. At the recent US Hawaiian Dragon Technology Summit, Qualcomm officially introduced the long-awaited “5G mobile platform” for the first time. After investing in 5G R&D for more than ten years, it was built around this platform. The mystery is also unveiled one by one.
(5 day ago) Qualcomm announced today on the official website that the Fuzhou Intermediate People's Court of China granted Qualcomm two interlocutory bans against Apple's four Chinese subsidiaries, requiring them to immediately stop importing, selling and procuring two patents for Qualcomm. Promises to infringe the sale of unauthorized products.
(5 day ago) Earlier this year, the Fuzhou Intermediate People's Court also issued a preliminary injunction banning Micron Technology from selling 26 products, including DRAM chips, on the Chinese market. In the case of Qualcomm, the Fuzhou Intermediate People's Court held that Apple infringed on two software patents of Qualcomm, mainly about adjusting the size of photos on touch screens and managing applications.
(6 day ago) Tencent Technologies News, before the large-scale lawsuit between Apple and Qualcomm, while Intel replaced Qualcomm to obtain all the baseband processor orders for Apple phones. According to the latest news from foreign media, Qualcomm, the world's largest mobile chip maker, is using 5G mobile phones and chips to launch fierce attacks against Intel and Apple. This was evident at Qualcomm's Science and Technology Summit in Hawaii this week.
(6 day ago) In an interview with Yahoo Finance, Qualcomm President Cristiano Amon reportedly said that the increasingly fierce dispute between Qualcomm and Apple would soon end "in some way". Despite growing evidence, Apple plans to take a tough stance against the American chip maker.
(7 day ago) It is found that there are 532 cores on the wafer of 300mm diameter, up to 22 transversal cores and 36 vertical cores. The area of each chip is calculated to be about 112square millimeter (13.5 × 8.3mm). Compared with the 10nm process of 845 / 850, the CellCellon 835 is 19 times larger than the 7nm process, and the Apple A12 is 51 / 35 larger than the Kirin 980 in the same 7nm process-after all, it is located on the PC platform.
(8 day ago) The data center business in Qualcomm's dilemma is facing another blow. US media reported that Qualcomm is laying off hundreds of people for the business. Qualcomm has cut a total of 269 people, including 144 in Raleigh, North Carolina, and 125 in San Diego, California. This is the latest in a series of cost-cutting measures for the company. In April of this year, Qualcomm announced layoffs of 1,500 people, mainly in California.
(8 day ago) At the same time, as most people know, the Snapdragon 855 will also be the mobile chip standard for the next generation of flagship smartphones. This chip, built on a 7nm process technology with a new chip architecture, delivers higher performance and more sustainable battery life, while ushered in video, audio, streaming, gaming and XR. Experience improvements.
(9 day ago) Compared with the previous Qualcomm Xiaolong 835 processor, the latest on-line Snapdragon 8cx has improved significantly in two aspects. The first is support for external displays. The Snapdragon 835 laptop can be connected to a 4K display, while the new chipset can support the connection of two 4K HDR panels.
(9 day ago) Figure 1: Qualcomm's eight-core new processor Snapdragon 8cx Qualcomm said that Snapdragon 8cx will be its first 7nm chip for PC platforms, and it represents the biggest performance leap in the history of Snapdragon chips, it will defeat the hardship Struggling Intel's similar products.