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Stephen Nellis

As new iPhones go on sale, studies reveal chips from Intel and Toshiba

Sep 21 2018

SAN FRANCISCO Apple Inc's latest iPhones hit stores around the world on Friday, featuring components made by Intel Corp and Toshiba among others, according to two firms that cracked open the iPhone Xs and Xs Max models.

Micron shares slide as U.S. tariffs weigh on outlook

Sep 20 2018

Chipmaker Micron Technology Inc on Thursday said U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods would weigh on its financial results for as much as a year, sending shares down sharply.

Exclusive: Qualcomm prepares to add new board directors - sources

Sep 18 2018

Qualcomm Inc is preparing to add at least two new directors to its board, people familiar with the matter told Reuters, as the U.S. smartphone chip maker looks to appease shareholders who withheld voting support for its board last March.

RPT-Startup headed by Intel's ex-president releases first chips

Sep 18 2018

Sept 18 Ampere Computing, the startup headed by Intel Corp's former president Renee James, on Tuesday said it released its first data center chips derived from the same underlying technology as mobile phone chips.

U.S. duties spare Apple gadgets but hit cloud industry

Sep 17 2018

The United States will spare Apple Inc's Watch and other consumer gadgets from the latest round of tariffs on Chinese goods, according to a list of products released by the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) on Monday.

Qualcomm, Apple kick off second trial seeking iPhone import ban

Sep 17 2018

A second trial between Apple Inc and Qualcomm Inc before the U.S. International Trade Commission began Monday in Washington, D.C., with the iPhone maker squaring off against the world's biggest mobile chipmaker over whether Apple should be banned from importing several recent iPhone models to the United States.

Apple iPhones get bigger and pricier, Watch turns to health

Sep 13 2018

CUPERTINO, Calif. Apple Inc introduced its largest-ever iPhone and a watch that detects heart problems on Wednesday in an attempt to get customers to upgrade to more expensive devices in the face of stagnant global demand for smartphones. | Video

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