Chinese court prohibits selling older iPhones, Apple on appeal
Qualcomm has announced that it has won an important victory in the patent battle against Apple. A Chinese court has ruled that various iPhone models violate several of Qualcomm's patents, and that they may therefore no longer be sold in the country. That's what Ars Technica reports. Apple claims to ... Read more
Intel on schedule for 7 nm EUV and again speaks about Moores Law
At the Nasdaq Investors Conference, Intel has for the first time openly updated on the 7 nm EUV trajectory. The problems around 10 nm have no influence on a further reduction, because the 7 nm team works in parallel.
Murthy Renduchintala, CEO and Group President at Intel, reports that the problems a... Read more
Qualcomm shows 5G smartphone with Snapdragon 855
Qualcomm shows the first details of the Snapdragon 855 chipset and publishes a list of manufacturers who will use the chip. The Snapdragon 855 will be available from next year and includes standard 5G connectivity.
At the Snapdragon Tech Summit in Hawaii, Qualcomm showed the first details about the ... Read more
Microsoft is working on Chromium browser to replace Edge
Microsoft is reportedly working on a new browser based on Chromium. This would eventually replace Edge as the standard browser in Windows 10, according to Windows Central.
Edge saw the light of day in 2015 together with Windows 10, but hasn't been able to get much traction since then, no matter how ... Read more
Samsung comes in first half of 2019 with a 5G smartphone
Samsung has already announced a lot of details about the smartphones it will be releasing next year. After revealing its foldable phone for the first time a few weeks ago, the South Korean company is now also announcing that it will launch a 5G smartphone in 2019.
Few details are known about it, alt... Read more
Nvidia announces monstrous RTX Titan with 24GB GDDR6
Nvidia has announced the latest top model in the RTX line. RTX Titan unlocks the RTX 2080 Ti as Nvidia's fastest graphics card. The specifications are very similar to the Quadro RTX 6000, the business variant for workstations.
Earlier this year, Nvidia launched three new graphics cards under the RTX... Read more
50,000 printers hacked to help PewDiePie vlogger to subscribers
The Swedish vlogger PewDiePie and record label T-Series from India compete for the crown on YouTube: who has the most subscribers? To help the Swedish vlogger, someone has hacked 50,000 printers worldwide to ask people to subscribe to his channel, reports The Next Web.
The war for subscribers betwee... Read more
NXP no longer considers new conversations with Qualcomm relevant
Last Sunday, the G20 summit took place in Buenos Aires. At the summit, Chinese President Xi Jinping and American President Donald Trump spoke to each other. It turned out that their conversation was about the off-track takeover of the Dutch NXP by the American chipmaker Qualcomm, among other things.... Read more
Dell discloses security breach
Dell announces that it has detected a security breach on its systems earlier this month. The attack was detected in time and nipped in the bud. According to current information, no data were stolen.
Dell discovered unauthorized activity on its network on November 9th, where the attackers attempted t... Read more
Microsoft solves crash problems with Outlook 2010 patches
Microsoft released a new update for Outlook 2010. In a previous update, security patches caused the personal information manager and e-mail client to crash.
The software giant announced earlier this week that the 64-bit version of security update KB 4461529 caused the crash of Outlook 2010. Neverth... Read more