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This thread has a long history of collegial discussion of Qualcomm and its place in the wireless industry. While disagreements are fierce, we have been able to keep the discussion focused and generally civil. These rules are intended to try and continue those traditions.

This is a discussion forum, not a chat room. These rules have been in place since '01 and have served us well, however I am tacking on a new explicit rule concerning political discussions.


First and foremost, use common sense when posting. We have a long history to draw on and most should have a good idea as to what is considered on-topic and times when there might be a small amount of leeway. That leeway does not apply to politics.

No political rants/slams or even value judgments. The political discussion which is allowed is the impact of specific policy proposals on Qualcomm. For example, the IMPACT of changes to the H1B visa program is fair game, but I do not want discussions on whether increased immigration is a good or bad policy idea.

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Posts that violate the above rules will be met with a warning and the 2nd offense will earn a ban of varying length. Unfortunately, I know it is impossible to make everybody happy, but I believe that the above rules will allow us to continue the valuable types of discussions that we have had for so long on this thread.
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134668My guess is that both the AAPL (Foxconn) royalty revenue and rebate off-set wereslacker711-26 minutes ago
134667Bill, re: Why Exynos Still Isn’t Commercial....................................Jim Mullens-30 minutes ago
134666Slacker, re: AAPL v QCOM- marketing incentive accounting treatment + “....NJim Mullens1an hour ago The Qualcomm Snadragon 835 is a Market Killer.benhorseman-4 hours ago
134664Maybe this answers my question? Davis certainly is implying that they are stillslacker711-5 hours ago
1346632) Also, it’s my understanding that the AAPL / QCOM agreement ended as of 2016 Yslacker711-5 hours ago
134662No Flagship Snapdragon Chip For Meizu This Year Says Analyst However, well-knowBill Wolf-5 hours ago
134661Samsung Exynos vs Qualcomm Snapdragon: Why Exynos Still Isn’t Commercial by Jed Bill Wolf-5 hours ago
134660Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 review: This great iPad Pro competitor is worth $600 Ken YBill Wolf-5 hours ago
134659March 23, 2017, 4:31 A.M. ET Apple’s Asia Suppliers Preparing To Ship 100 MillBill Wolf-5 hours ago Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 Demolishes the Competition in New Benbenhorseman2yesterday
134657 I'm not sure. Q appears to be deemphasizing the CPU and I dont think theslacker7114yesterday Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 First Benchmark Results Comparisons Pbenhorseman1yesterday
134655Will the successor to S835 return to full use of custom architectural design? I JeffreyHF-yesterday
134654 From Anandtech's Qualcomm tour. [graphic]slacker711-yesterday
134653Note that this is a pre-production unit with testing done at Qualcomm by Anandteslacker7111yesterday
134652China Ramps Up Charm Offensive With U.S. Business Leaders Some question the counBill Wolf-yesterday Qualcomm Destroys Intel: MSFT to avail QCOM Chipsets for Cbenhorseman-Tuesday
134650Digitimes Research: Global market value for driver sensing systems to soar JessBill Wolf-Tuesday
134649ARM Unveils New Chip Design Targeted at Self-Driving Cars, AI by Jeremy Kahn MarBill Wolf-Tuesday
134648Results of tests of Telstra's commercial gigabit LTE network (with the X16 fslacker7113Monday
134647carriers will kill to have phones based on the SD 205..........................Jim Mullens11Monday
134646I calculated the other day that if they had replaced the x86 with an ARM a9, andengineer2Monday
134645well, all I can say is the PR group has been busy. there were no code names on tengineer-Monday
134644Also, with 452K transistors at 750nm. Wonder the current transistor count? 3slacker7112Monday
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