I hope these two companies can slug it out so we, consumers, win in the end
Anonymous, 21 Jul 2017haha really intel thats ironic and whats up with these companies you invent something someone... moreNope, it's not that others can't provide the same product, because qualcomm did it first they charge other makers ridiculous royalties that they can't make a profit. The lawsuits is not that they shouldn't receive royalties it's that they're overcharging beyond what the rules allow.
Anonymous, 21 Jul 2017Surprised that Intel is not the dominator of mobile SoCs.. Who the hell is qualcommYou don't know who is Qualcomm? Is the major player and the dominator of the mobile chipsets around the world. Now you know who is Qualcomm. Or you don't live in the same world of the majority of the people, or you are being ironic.
Lol intel did same to amd, give incentive to ensure HP, asus use intel chip instead of amd
2017, the year of acusements.
Also the year of low tier chip manufacturers to step up their games.
MediaTek did an excellent job with the optimization, power, and efficiency of the Helio P20.
It is rich of intel to accuse people of this, but qualcomm making US compatible gsm modems, and selling them separately to other soc makers for more than some of their own socs is abusing a monopoly.
There's a reason samsung doesn't exclusively use exynos.
hahaha! Out of all the companies, Intel is accusing someone else of abusing monopoly position. It is the most hilarious situation where a company that is legendary for abusing monopoly position is accusing another, smaller one of doing the same. To be fair, Qualcomm is the Intel of mobile chips, and Intel got a pre-taste of their own medicine (though not as drastic as Intel is known for) on a market they are interested in entering.
TechLover1, 21 Jul 2017What do you think? The right answer must be 100% extremely easy, and so definitely it doesn't ... moreAnd thus coming from Apple who could have paid 12.5% tax to Ireland so a third of what it would be levied in the US, made an 'Illegal' and secretive deal with the Irish tax authority so ended up paying less than 0.05% tax rate or evaded $14 billion.
Bandwagon Apple are paying the legal fees http://www.gsmarena.com/foxconn_joins_apple_in_legal_battle_against_qualcomm-news-26284.php
(Dear AMD continue kicking butt with Ryzen, and MediaTek it's time you make high-quality ARM SoC's that appeal to the high-end consumer BUT make your chips accessible to enthusiasts with documentation, drivers, software, root, and all the support you can muster)
Anonymous, 21 Jul 2017Surprised that Intel is not the dominator of mobile SoCs.. Who the hell is qualcommhttp://www.eweek.com/mobile/amd-sells-handset-division-to-qualcomm-for-65-million
haha really intel thats ironic
and whats up with these companies you invent something someone want to use it you set a price and thats it
if its too much for you dont use it and invent something better
QC are dominant because everyone is lazy to do something better and just waste their time with this lawsuits
Nowadays everyone big in technology has something with Qualcomm...
Surprised that Intel is not the dominator of mobile SoCs.. Who the hell is qualcomm
Hi-tech, 21 Jul 2017wow. are appple prices fair & resonable.? dont they overcharge the consumers?What do you think? The right answer must be 100% extremely easy, and so definitely it doesn't takes a genius.