Monthly Archive: September 2018

ITC judge denies Qualcomm’s request, won’t stop iPhone imports

ITC judge denies Qualcomm’s request, won’t stop iPhone imports

While the patent lawsuit battle between Qualcomm and Apple is far from over — remember how long it took for things to get settled with Samsung? — we do have an update. On Friday,...

Intel admits ‘tight’ supply for cheap PC chips, focuses on high-end

Intel admits ‘tight’ supply for cheap PC chips, focuses on high-end

In an open letter, interim Intel CEO Bob Swan admitted the company’s supply of CPUs for the “entry level” PC market is “undoubtedly tight,” so if you have trouble finding a cheap laptop for...

Facebook reportedly avoided DOJ wiretap of Messenger calls

Facebook reportedly avoided DOJ wiretap of Messenger calls

As part of a case involving members of the MS-13 gang, the US Department of Justice has been pushing to get access to Facebook Messenger voice calls. It even attempted to hold Facebook in...

Senator calls for investigation into Facebook’s latest breach

Senator calls for investigation into Facebook’s latest breach

Facebook revealed today that it was hit with a data breach that affected 50 million users, and now Senator Mark Warner has called the incident “deeply concerning.” In a statement released shortly after the...

17 people charged in a string of Apple store robberies

17 people charged in a string of Apple store robberies

A number of individuals have been arrested in conjunction with a series of Apple store robberies that resulted in the theft of over $1 million worth of devices. The California Attorney General’s office said...