Three years after it first launched, Google is making its cell service a little more official today. Project Fi is graduating into something a little more ambitious and getting a new name in the process: Google Fi. But the bigger news is that it's also going to support more phones - a lot of phones - including the iPhone and "the majority of Android devices."
New Zealand government's move to prevent Huawei supplying a local mobile network with 5G equipment has raised questions about why the UK appears less concerned about use of the Chinese company's technology.
Huawei has officially released the Mobile Automation Engine (MAE) solution, which accelerates full-scenario autonomous driving in mobile networks.
Vietnam is among a list of countries that Taiwanese tech-company ASUS is considering for the relocation of its Chinese production capacities, due to high tariffs imposed by the US on China-made goods, reported AnandTech website.
Apple continued its downward slide Tuesday after US President Donald Trump suggested that 10 percent tariffs could be placed on mobile phones, like the iPhone, and laptops made in China.
Qualcomm's Snapdragon 8150 and MediaTek's Helio P80 are the top two chipsets in an AI benchmark.
Under the agreement, Oppo will make payments to Nokia for a multi-year license period.
Cadence Design Systems has announced the tapeout of a complete GDDR6 memory IP solution on Samsung's 7LPP process. GDDR6 memory is targeted at very high-bandwidth applications including machine learning, AI, cryptocurrency mining, graphics, automated driving, ADAS and high-performance computing (HPC).
Infineon Technologies is strengthening its long-term partnership with Denso to bolster its automotive business. Underpinning this collaboration, the Japan-based company has bought an equity stake in Infineon in the range of a mid-double-digit million Euro amount.
Arranged in a 4x4 grid, they'd let capture 3D movies and replace people or objects in a shot.
For a sense of the damage Donald Trump can inflict on China with export controls, take a trip to the city of Jinjiang on the country's southeastern coast. That's where Fujian Jinhua Integrated Circuit Co. built a $6 billion plant to produce semiconductors as part of China's goal of making the country a self-sufficient technology powerhouse.
China is taking its rivalry with the U.S. to the heavens, spending at least $9 billion to build a celestial navigation system and cut its dependence on the American-owned GPS amid heightening tensions between the two countries.
The announcement came after Reuters reported on the negotiations between Logitech and Plantronics last Friday. The companies confirmed the talks on Sunday, but said they had now been terminated.
Apple urges the Supreme Court to throw the case out, arguing that it's not selling anything but only operating a marketplace.
Said to be considering subsidies for countries that avoid the hardware
Tesla has cut prices in China by as much as a quarter to absorb the impact of the US-China trade war.
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LG Electronics vice chairman and CEO Jo Seong-jin said the company will promote automation of suppliers' manufacturing units as part of efforts to strengthen business partnership.
The CSIRO investment will include the development of advanced imaging of Earth from satellites, in addition to cutting-edge data science to support the growth of AI technology.
IBM Thailand hopes to make the Southeast Asian country a sales hub for the Indochina subregion and leverage AI and blockchain to help local businesses digitally transform.
Xiaomi is looking to cement its status as India's leading smartphone provider with plans to increase its presence in the country from 500 retail stores to 5,000 by 2020.
We didn't see this coming!
The head of Nokia's mobile networks arm, its largest business unit, is leaving the Finnish company as part of changes designed to position the company for the 5G telecoms era, Nokia said on Thursday.
Microsoft announces it will begin offering the ability to sign in with a security key without using a username or password.
Apple's share price has tumbled more than 20% since October, hurting other stocks and infecting the wider market.
Nissan and Mitsubishi shares have slumped in early Tokyo trade, after the arrest of chairman Carlos Ghosn. He is accused of under-reporting his income by JPY5 billion over five years, prosecutors said. He is also said to have used company assets for personal purposes.
Bulk CMOS, FD-SOI and finFETs all on tap as big players vie for differentiation. But where will chipmakers go after 28nm?
Apple has cut production orders in recent weeks for all three iPhone models launched in September, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday, citing sources.
ITRI received three 2018 R&D 100 Awards on November 16 in Orlando, Florida. ITRI's technologies were selected as winners for innovation in the Software/Services, IT/Electrical, and Mechanical Devices/Materials categories.
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Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) is poised to secure a crucial order from IBM for premium server chips, validating the company as a serious challenger to global chipmaker Intel in the high-value data center market.
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5G will unlock the potential of artificial intelligence, Samsung's network boss says, and the South Korean tech giant will invest $22 billion in the next-generation network to secure 20 percent market share by 2020.
Dialog Semiconductor said on Wednesday it was not seeing a hit to demand from its main customer, Apple, after some suppliers issued profit warnings due to weakness in iPhone sales.
Dell on Thursday raised its offer to buy back shares tied to its interest in software maker VMware to $23.9 billion from $21.7 billion, prompting billionaire investor Carl Icahn to abandon his campaign to scupper the deal.
Cisco stock rose 5 percent after the company reported better-than-expected earnings for the first quarter of its 2019 fiscal year.
At this point, Samsung apparently just wants to fold all the things.
Larry Kudlow confirms that Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has restarted trade talks with his Chinese counterpart
The U.S. decision to cut off a Chinese state-backed chipmaker from U.S. suppliers amid allegations the firm stole intellectual property breaks World Trade Organization rules and aims to protect a U.S. monopoly, China told a WTO meeting on Tuesday.
"It is alarming to uncover that producers are labelling black powders as graphene and selling them for top dollar, while in reality, they contain mostly cheap graphite"