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Qualcomm CEO expects that Apple will likely end up settling in latest lawsiut

Qualcomm and Apple are currently in a heated back and forth of legalities. Not long ago, Qualcomm sued Apple over unpaid patent loyalties that Apple allegedly refuses to pay for. The lawsuit in question even called for a temporary ban of all Apple products that use Qualcomm's patents, mostly related to performance and battery efficiency in software and hardware. In an interview with Fortune Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf outlines that the whole dispute boils down to a contract with terms that the other party refuses to meet, in this case, the terms are monetary (i.e. Qualcomm's royalties...



Razer Phone 2 looks the same as the original, leaked image shows

The Razer Phone 2 is coming this year, and that much has already been confirmed by the company making it. We've also seen a couple of benchmarks revealing a few of its specs, and now it's time for the first leaked press render showing it. Ready? Here it is. No, that's not the original Razer Phone from last year. Seriously. Here they are in another shot, side by side, first gen next to second gen. Can you tell which one is which? Spoiler alert: that's the Razer Phone on the left, and the Razer Phone 2 on the right. So if you were expecting big changes in design - or any changes...



Triangle is Google’s experimental app for blocking data to individual apps

As our lives are becoming more connected, users are using more apps and apps are demanding more data, which could cost a lot for folks in emerging countries where data is relatively pricey. In order to combat this, Google has begun testing a new app called Triangle. The app allows you to view how much data you have left, see which apps are using that data, and you can even restrict data usage on a per-app basis. The app will even prompt you to temporarily enable data for an amount of time. For example, if you've blocked Google Maps from consuming any mobile data, upon opening the app,...



Xiaomi, Sony and 16 more OEMs to deliver 5G smartphones in 2019

Qualcomm has hit the gas pedal on the 5G connectivity with its latest announcements. The company will provide Snapdragon X50 modems that support the new standard to 18 OEMs, including smartphone manufacturers Asus, Fujitsu, HMD Global, HTC, LG, Oppo, Sharp, Sony, vivo, Xiaomi, and ZTE. The manufacturers are planning to commercialize 5G mobile devices by 2019. While Samsung struck a separate extended partnership last week, the one big company that is missing from the list is Apple. In a separate press release, the San Diego company also said that carriers such as AT&T, China...



LG Display to start shipping LCD panels to Samsung this July

After Foxconn acquired Sharp, the Japanese screen manufacturer notified Samsung that it will stop deliveries of its LCD panels, instead focusing on its own Sharp Aquos TVs. Surprisingly, Samsung Electronics turned to rival LG Display and the two have now worked out a deal - LG will start shipping TV LCD panels to Samsung in July. This was confirmed by LG Display CEO Han Sang-beom. This would be a first - one of the Korean giants using panels manufactured by the other. Samsung makes its own panels, but is in the process of switching over to the new QLED technology. Coincidentally,...