Apple today confirmed that WWDC 2019 will kick off on Monday, June 3 and will run through Friday, June 7
Broadcom benefited from strong results in its networking business in Q1, despite an anticipated sharp decline in wireless.
A U.S. federal judge has issued a preliminary ruling that Qualcomm owes Apple nearly $1 billion in patent royalty rebate payments, though the decision is unlikely to result in Qualcomm writing a check to Apple because of other developments in the dispute.
The UCLA Anderson Forecast is one of the most-watched outlooks since the forecasting group was credited with being ahead of others in declaring the 2001 recession.
Intel has partnered with Sharp and Innolux to develop a new laptop display technology that aims to cut power use in half.
78,500 laptop batteries are to be recalled after eight new reports of battery packs overheating, melting, or charring.
Legal expert: Spotify has "pretty good case" against Apple.
Japanese e-commerce firm Rakuten plans to expand its video-on-demand streaming service to 42 European countries
China's mobile phone market suffered its worst month in years as device shipments plunged, with the data potentially highlighting further signs of pain for Apple in the world's largest smartphone market.
It's unclear when the grand jury was called
Smart TV manufacturer Vizio has formed a partnership with nine media and advertising companies to develop an industry standard that will allow smart TVs to target advertisements to specific households.
BlackBerry on Tuesday officially opened a new D.C.-based branch aimed at helping the tech company secure more contracts with the federal government.
Samsung has selected Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 instead of its Exynos 9820 as the AP in the Galaxy Fold. The Snapdragon 855 is produced by TSMC in Taiwan at a 7 nm process, while the Exynos 9820 is produced at Samsung foundry's 8nm process.
Researchers at Boston University have engineered an acoustic metamaterial that's designed to silence annoying sounds at their source, without blocking the movement of air.
People's faces are being used without their permission, in order to power technology that could eventually be used to surveil them, legal experts say.
"This school is a deep dive into how you develop a strategy and identify blockers before they happen in the implementation of AI in your organization"
Apple could also use the event to introduce a new low-cost iPad and a new version of AirPods.
The US has told Germany it would curb intelligence sharing with Berlin if it allows Huawei to participate in its 5G mobile network.
The acquisition will unite two of the world's leading companies in high performance computing (HPC).
Microsoft has also accused the company of not paying royalties on time.
Thousands of people in Russia have protested against plans to introduce tighter restrictions on the internet.
Anil Nanduri says it's cheaper to put cars in the air than under cities in tunnels.
Apple may only be planning to add 5G to 2020 iPhones, but even then the company might have a hard time acquiring needed modems, according to analysts.
Cape Town and Johannesburg data centers are now live
Automotive chipmaker Renesas Electronics plans to halt production at six plants in Japan for up to two months this year as it braces for a further slowdown in Chinese demand, the company said on Thursday.
Responding to Korea's PumaX financial news service, Samsung said it has "officially denied that it has reviewed the acquisition of NXP," further noting that earlier reports that it is considering an NXP acquisition "are not true."
Whether it's named or used anonymously, Corning's Gorilla Glass has been a key ingredient in smartphones since the first iPhone - except for folding phones, where the screens are covered in flexible plastic.
The worldwide market for wearable devices grew 31.4% during the fourth quarter of 2018 (4Q18), reaching a new high of 59.3 million units according to data from the International Data Corporation
Mate X-style foldable and vertical clamshell said to be in the works
The Facebook founder says he believes a privacy-focused communications platform will become even more important than today's open platforms.
Huawei has filed a lawsuit against the US government over a ban that restricts government agencies from using its products. It said the US failed to provide evidence to support the ban.
Technology allows vehicle to be unlocked, started, and driven without a physical key
Microsoft is making a Chrome OS-like version of Windows
Intel has confirmed that it recently ended its deal with Chinese smartphone chipmaker Unisoc, citing a need to "make sure we can scale 5G as quickly as possible."
Workers at Foxconn's Yukang dormitory compound in Zhengzhou queue up to resign from their jobs which attract a basic salary of CNY2,100 (US$314) per month.
South China Morning Post
"While March mix is still bad, the tone in the supply chain is starting to improve and price reductions in China may be starting to clear channel inventory," UBS analyst Timothy Arcuri wrote.
As it prepares to go public, Lyft reveals booming revenue, monster losses and a big bet on the future of transportation.
The Model Y is about 10% larger than the Model 3.
The crypto bust has left AMD and Nvidia with an excess amount of GPUs, and the Jon Peddie Research says this will continue on for almost half a year.
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The chief financial officer of China's tech giant Huawei is suing Canada over her arrest at the request of the US.