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Chameleon cars, urine scanners and other standouts from CES 2023
AI-ovens, dual-display or 3D screen laptops and satellite SOS texting shine at Las Vegas tech show

Samuel Gibbs Consumer technology editor

06, Jan, 2023 @1:00 PM

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Qualcomm deal over as Trump blocks Singaporean chip maker's bid
President points to national security concerns in announcing unusual move, amid climate of economic protectionism

Dominic Rushe in New York

13, Mar, 2018 @7:12 AM

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Qualcomm fined €997m by EU for paying Apple to exclusively use its chips
US chipmaker paid billions of dollars to monopolise iPhones and iPads and shut out rivals such as Intel, investigators say

Samuel Gibbs

24, Jan, 2018 @12:53 PM

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Should the NHS be diagnosing with apps?

Handheld digital tools that record vital signs, some using smartphones, are revolutionising healthcare, allowing people to be monitored at home, but also raising concerns, writes Mark Honigsbaum

Mark Honigsbaum

10, Mar, 2014 @9:00 AM

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Apple devotees might have a long wait before they get an iWatch on their wrist
Smartwatches have met with a lukewarm reception so has Apple shelved plans for its own Dick Tracy-style wearable device?

Samuel Gibbs

10, Sep, 2013 @8:05 PM

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Facebook teams with tech giants for internet.org initiative to connect 'the next 5billion people'

Ericsson, Nokia, Qualcomm and Opera on board, but Google missing from efforts to boost web access in developing countries. By Stuart Dredge

Stuart Dredge

21, Aug, 2013 @10:10 AM

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Qualcomm: 'Augmented reality as a technology is starting to mature'

From human anatomy and Maxim cover-models to Sesame Street, tech giant says AR is more than a gimmick. By Stuart Dredge

Stuart Dredge

26, Feb, 2013 @11:44 AM

Qualcomm invests in UK 'femtocell' firm

American wireless chip giant hedges its bets on one of hottest new home networking technologies with nvestment in Cambridge-based ip.access

Richard Wray, communications editor

21, May, 2008 @7:31 AM

European commission launches inquiry into US chip-maker

4.15pm: Brussels investigates complaints from handset manufacturers that Qualcomm has abused its dominant position in the market for third-generation mobile phones. By David Gow.

David Gow in Brussels

01, Oct, 2007 @4:52 PM

Three US chip-makers could be next targets for trust busters
Brussels is now expected to step up its cases against three other US technology groups - Intel, the dominant microprocessor manufacturer, and fellow chip-makers Rambus and Qualcomm.

David Gow

18, Sep, 2007 @10:58 PM

Qualcomm acts to stop Nokia selling mobiles

Qualcomm, the US manufacturer of mobile phone chips, has launched a high court action against Nokia, accusing the Finnish mobile phone maker of infringing its patent. By Richard Wray.

Richard Wray

25, May, 2006 @7:11 AM

'Sell the firm and we pay you $360m'

A pay scheme that would make the fattest of British fat cats blush is to be voted on by shareholders of the American technology firm Qualcomm next month.

Heather Tomlinson

17, Feb, 2005 @12:03 AM

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