Apple appears to have given up some of its profit margin due to competition from rivals judging from a teardown of the top-end iPhone 13 Max Pro, the Japanese news agency Nikkei says, following an exercise it undertook along with the Financial Times.
Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies is planning to put up a plant in Shanghai that would be dedicated to producing semiconductors for its telecommunications infrastructure business.
Engineers from the Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies are leading a bid to build an alternative global network to the Internet, and presented a proposal for what is called New IP to delegates from about 40 countries in Geneva last September, London's Financial Times claims.
Google has denied a report that it has developed plans to share a portion of its revenue with publishers.
Acting on orders from China, Apple has pulled the New York Times' new apps from its app store in the country.
Everything is moving to software. Get ready for the software defined SIM card.
Apple is hunting for engineers to work on its much-hyped iWatch, which is now expected in 2014 after "engineering problems."
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