Appeals Court says 5G chipmaker Qualcomm's "no license, no chips" is not anti-competitive
Qualcomm wom a huge appeals court decision that essentially allows it to continue to sell chips using its "no license, no chips" terms. A three-judge panel ruled in favor of the chip designer yesterday.
The next Huawei wearable looks like a stretched Apple Watch
The Huawei Watch Fit has leaked out with a rectangular AMOLED display, support for fitness tracking, and a 10-day battery life. It will be available in four colors and looks set to cost €119 in Europe.
Big Huawei Mate X2 5G leak reveals key design details and specs
The Huawei Mate X2 will reportedly feature an in-folding display like the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 rather than an outward-folding panel like the original Mate X and Xs. The display will be covered in plastic and measure in at 8.03-inches.
updated Executive Order against WeChat can backfire by hurting Apple, helping Huawei
The president's executive order against messaging, social media, payment, email, and browsing app WeChat could backfire leading to lower phone sales for Apple while hiking sales for Huawei.
Qualcomm reportedly begins efforts to sell smartphone chips to Huawei
Qualcomm argues that if permission is not granted, its competitors will get the business.
R.I.P. Kirin chips: Huawei confirms Mate 40 will be the last phone with an in-house SoC
The company still has high hopes for Harmony OS though.
The unlikely resurgence of the tablet market will continue in Q3 2020
The tablet market had a tremendous April - June quarter, and according to the latest Digitimes Research forecast, the July - September timeframe could be even better.
New report predicts the 5G smartphone market will reach an impressive number in 2020
Digitimes expects an impressive 250 million 5G smartphones to be shipped in total around the world in 2020, of which the Chinese market could account for no less than 170 million units.
Apple was the least impressive top five tablet vendor of Q2 2020
The tablet market impressively surged in the middle of a pandemic, and although Apple ruled the Q2 2020 vendor charts, Samsung, Huawei, Amazon, and Lenovo posted bigger hikes in shipments.
featured Huawei Mate 40 & Mate 40 Pro 5G leak in full with ginormous cameras, more
The Huawei Mate 40 and Mate 40 Pro have leaked out in full with ginormous camera modules and a curved punch-hole displays. The devices are expected to debut towards the end of the year.
If history repeats itself, Apple's new 5nm chip will outperform Huawei's new 5nm silicon
According to a tipster in China, Huawei's Kirin 1020 chip is larger and more expensive to produce than Apple's A14 Bionic chipset. Both are manufactured by TSMC using the foundry's 5nm process.
Alleged Huawei Mate 40 Pro 5G screen protector confirms a waterfall display for the upcoming flagship
A leaked photo of a screen protector for the upcoming Huawei Mate 40 Pro reveals that the flagship model will sport a waterfall display on both the left and right sides of the phone.
Despite strength from Huawei, smartphone shipments are expected to decline 7.9% in China during Q3
Chinese smartphone shipments are expected to fall 7.9% on a year-over-year basis during the current quarter. At the same time, Huawei is expected to grab a 50% share of China's smartphone shipments during the current quarter.
Huawei crashes the Samsung/Apple smartphone duopoly for the first quarter in nine years
Someone other than Samsung or Apple dominated the global smartphone market for the first quarter in nine years, despite Huawei's inability to use Google apps and services on its newest devices.
featured Qualcomm's earnings report and tipster call for delay of Apple's 5G iPhone 12 series
Qualcomm releases its fiscal third quarter earnings but more importantly it signed a licensing deal with Huawei and also hinted that there will be a delay in the release of the 5G iPhone 12 series.
Samsung remains on top in Europe where smartphone sales declined 24% during Q2
Samsung remained on top in Europe during the second quarter with a stable share of the market compared with last year's quarter. Xiaomi was red hot as its share more than doubled.
Galaxy S20 suffered at the hands of A series in Q2 2020, will iPhone SE do the same to iPhone 12?
As feared, the pandemic is affecting smartphone sales and data shows that affordable models can cannibalize flagship phones.
Apple's China hopes are looking up after a solid Q2 and the upcoming 5G iPhone 12 launch
Apple had a surprisingly great Q2 in China thanks to the iPhone 11 lineup and iPhone SE (2020), and with the 5G iPhone 12 family closer than ever, the company could keep the regional momentum going.
Huawei is retreating from a key market
After America and some of its European allies, India has also turned against the company.
Huawei's ecosystem is thriving
Huawei made some announcements about the Huawei Mobile Service ecosystem stating that it has 700 million device users using HMS. The latter includes the AppGallery app storefront.
Apple's iPhone 12 release will relegate Samsung to third place in the 5G smartphone market
According to a new TrendForce report, Apple and Huawei will be vying for first place in the 5G smartphone market after the iPhone 12 release, with Samsung to be ranked a very distant third.
featured Testing the world's fastest 40W wireless charger vs 40W cable charging speeds
40W wired vs 40W wireless charging, how fast will the record-beating Huawei SuperCharge Wireless Charger Stand top up a phone that can take it?
TSMC to begin risk production of 3nm chips starting next year
A fresh report says that TSMC, the world's largest independent foundry, will start risk production of 3nm chips next year. This year, the company is shipping 5nm components to Apple and Huawei.
Huawei P50 might be powered by Snapdragon 875G, Mate 40 will be available in two chip variants
Now that TSMC is not entertaining new Huawei orders, it will reportedly be following a dual-chip strategy for the Mate 40,
Smartphone chips could get significantly pricier as Arm ups licensing fees
The company that holds the key to most modern mobile chips plans to use its unique position to increase its profits, sources say.
Do you really need an expensive flagship phone for more than bragging rights?
Whether it's obvious or not, flagship smartphones are often marketed as status symbols. How do you feel about it, and what really made you choose your phone?
U.K. bans Huawei from its 5G networks
The U.K. has officially banned Huawei equipment from being used in the nation's 5G networks. At the end of this year, it will be illegal to purchase the company's gear and all remaining equipment must be removed by 2027.
Britain close to final decision on whether to ban Huawei from its 5G networks
Britain is expected to make a final decision this coming week about whether Huawei's networking equipment should be banned and removed from the country's 5G networks.
Apple supplier has strong shipments of the fives: 5G and 5nm chips
The world's largest independent foundry had a strong month in June and a strong second quarter as 5G chips and 5nm chips start rolling off of the foundry's assembly lines.
China may have discovered a way to become a 5G chipmaking leader instead of a laggard
A breakthrough in chip production has been discovered in China as the nation needs to become self-sufficient in the chip industry thanks to pressure applied by a recent change in U.S. export rules.
Upcoming 5G phones in 2020
The lineup of 5G-enabled phones will get even bigger with the upcoming 5G smartphones that are yet to be released or announced. We can’t wait, so we have compiled a list of the upcoming 5G smartphones for you to check and possibly even pick a favorite for your next smartphone upgrade.
Huawei’s next foldable may be called Mate V
On July 3, 2020, Huawei Technologies filed a trademark at the EUIPO (European Union Intellectual Property Office) for the brand name Mate V.
France won't ban Huawei gear from its 5G networks but will ask carriers not to install it
The head of France's cybersecurity agency says that the while the country won't ban Huawei networking equipment from its carrier's 5G networks, it is suggesting that wireless firms refrain from using the gear.
TSMC crushes Samsung in Q2 chip production as more 5G demand beckons
TSMC's second quarter global foundry market share of 51% swamped Samsung Foundry's second place share of 18.8%. The company doesn't appear to be hurt by the U.S. ban on the shipment of certain chips to Huawei.
The iPhone 12 is all it would take for Apple to crush Samsung's 5G dominance dreams: report
Per a new report, Apple will become the second most popular 5G vendor in H2 2020.
In months, Britain will reportedly start to remove Huawei parts from its 5G networks
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who earlier this year announced that Britain would be using Huawei gear for up to 35% of non-care parts for its 5G network, is changing his mind.
Huawei is still the world's largest phone maker but Samsung is catching up fast
Guess who has retained the pole phone maker position beating the geopolitical odds, can it hold much longer?
The U.S. could use this technology to replace Huawei's 5G networking gear
Technology that White House economic adviser Laurence Kudlow discussed back in February is gaining some support in the U.S. as a replacement for Huawei's networking gear.
U.S. still looking at ways to create a challenger to Huawei for 5G gear
The U.S. continues to look for ways that it can complete the rollout of 5G in the country without using Huawei's networking equipment. The U.S. considers Huawei to be a national security threat.
TSMC has already replaced Huawei orders cancelled by U.S. ban
TSMC says that even if the U.S. forces it to cancel orders for chips from Huawei, there are other companies waiting in line to become TSMC customers; the company is the largest independent foundry in the world.