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ReplyMessage PreviewFromRecsPosted Qualcomm, Intel Setup Unchanged with Apple’s iPhone X, says Raymobenhorseman-September 13
137980 ---> Wireless Chipsets in Apple Watch With the W1 being an off-the-shelf CSwaitwatchwander-September 13
137979Qualcomm bought AMD's mobile graphics business and IP years ago. They renameJeffreyHF2September 13
137978 apple is unlikely to be able to replicate the modem any time soon. while they hengineer7September 13
137977---> Imagination Technologies' PowerVR GPU IP <snip&gwaitwatchwander-September 13
137976Apple is unlikely to use discrete modems for long. Just look at their use of an JeffreyHF1September 13
137975". . . the FRAND'lyness of their rates and structure without using ApplArt Bechhoefer5September 13
137974Cooks big flagships at $1000! What a fizzle! >>Buyers of Apple's (AAPLBDAZZ11September 13
137973 Nope. They did manage to add band 66 which I think will help with AT&T anslacker7111September 13
137972 No Band 71 support for TMobile 600MHz?? sd_yomar1September 13
137971Good find. Still using Q modems. I wonder if they're going to be throttled.kelseysuncle-September 13
137970 OK: 5G: Qualcomm, Nokia to collaborate on driving wide-scale mobile 5G NR deploGR8FORM-September 13
137969 Mobike partners with AT&T and Qualcomm—for what could be single global modeGR8FORM2September 13
137968 ---> enable a huge thriving industry and the history and custom of that induwaitwatchwander1September 12
137967The bands supported by the iPhone X. Qualcomm must retain the China Mobile slotslacker71113September 12
137966Why don't you stick with the facts. The reason I bring up hypotheticals isslacker7111September 12
137965Why don't you stick with the facts. Low royalties for the entire bundle of SJeffreyHF8September 12
137964 Whether they can be passed on to consumers, without depriving the payers of a slacker7111September 12
137963 If you agree the royalties are not excessive you are also denying the harm. Noslacker711-September 12
137962All royalties are a cost to the parties that pay them, directly or indirectly.WhJeffreyHF8September 12
137961This is detereorating. In this case excessive royalties and harm are the same. IBDAZZ5September 12
137960What must Qualcomm do or is there anything Qualcomm can do going forward to avoiSirWalterRalegh1September 12
137959Suffice it to say, it's inconceivable that Apple can prove injury, to them oslacker711-September 12
137958I flew across the country today, and have neither the time nor the patience to fJeffreyHF2September 12
137957Apple extracts in excess of 90 percent of all profits from the smartphone ecosysslacker7111September 12
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