The FTC's complaint against Qualcomm's licensing practices is flawed, has no economic basis, and relies on 'significant misconceptions' about the mobile industry, the company has argued.
The Free Software Foundation has said it wants a free software version of a personal assistant among its updated priority projects list.
During a trial of 5G network technology, Huawei and M1 used mmWave spectrum in the 73GHz band to achieve transit speeds of 35Gbps.
A report from Gemalto has found that consumers are increasingly aware of online security risks but hold businesses responsible for the security of their data.
The court will decide on whether to arrest Samsung boss Lee Jae-yong, who faces bribery charges over his alleged role in a national corruption scandal pending trial.
Samsung Electronics will supply its Exynos processors to German auto giant Audi for the latter's next generation cars' infotainment systems.
Champions of yesteryear Samsung and India's Micromax are reeling and may have to come up with something otherworldly in order to stage a comeback.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has said the automated Centrelink debt recovery process is 'quite appropriate'.
Megaport has announced that it is providing its 'broadband-on-demand' service to customers in South America via a subsea cable under a deal with Seaborn.
Cloud video conferencing company Zoom has achieved unicorn status after raising $100 million in a Series D round that valued it at $1 billion.