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Formula 1 is putting data in the driver’s seat, and not all racers are happy

After a single weekend of racing, a Formula 1 pit crew typically pulls around 2TB of data from the car. Everything, from tire pressure to the temperature of the track, is recorded and analyzed in the name of boosting performance -- and not all drivers are happy about it. The post Formula 1 is putting data in the driver’s seat, and not all racers are happy appeared first on Digital Trends.
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North Korea’s new website and pro rata rights

From Extra Crunch We have published the transcript for Brian Heater’s conference call on robotics. Arman published report reviews on China’s luxury goods and consumer spending as well as on perceptions of automation in Europe. We have Lucas Matney and Eric Peckham scheduled for today at 3pm EST / noon PST discussing GDC on our live conference call. We are following up our startup lawyers Verified Experts with brand designers. Our first post on creating a brand for startups is live, and be sure...
Tags: The Extra Crunch Daily, China, Mubadala Ventures, Qualcomm, Scooters, Wikipedia


Qualcomm's new smart speaker platform will drive third-party device growth (QCOM)

This is an excerpt from a story delivered exclusively to Business Insider Intelligence IoT Briefing subscribers. To receive the full story plus other insights each morning, click here. San Diego-based technology company and semiconductor designer Qualcomm  announced  a set of new system-on-a-chip (SoC) designs as well as a dedicated smart speaker platform on which companies can base AI-enabled audio devices. The announcement comes at an opportune time: More and more  companies are buil...
Tags: Google, Amazon, US, Trends, San Diego, Qualcomm, Alexa Google, QCOM


South Korean watchdog cuts fine on Qualcomm after decade-old legal battle

South Korea's antitrust regulator has lowered a decade-old penalty imposed on U.S. chipmaker Qualcomm Inc by 18 percent to $200 million, the Korea Fair Trade Commission (KFTC) said on Thursday.
Tags: South Korea, Money, businessNews, Qualcomm, Qualcomm Inc, Korea Fair Trade Commission KFTC


Qualcomm is untethering PC VR headsets — and pushing XR into the mainstream (QCOMM)

Qualcomm is   ushering   in a new category of extended reality (XR) headsets — “Boundless XR for PCs” — that negate the need for cables and tracking sensors. For context, Qualcomm includes VR, AR, and AI under the umbrella term XR. The company optimized its existing Snapdragon 845 VR Reference Design intended for stand-alone headsets to include the “Boundless XR for PCs” headset category. Manufacturers can use Qualcomm’s reference design to build their own Boundless XR for PC headsets: Pico, ...
Tags: Trends, Qualcomm, XR


Xiaomi outs Redmi Go, a $65 entry-level smartphone for India

Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has announced a new entry level smartphone at an event in Delhi. The entry-level smartphone is targeted at the Indian market and looks intended to woo feature phone owners to upgrade from a more basic mobile. It runs Google’s flavor of Android optimized for low-powered smartphones (Android Go) which supports lightweight versions of apps. Under the hood the dual-SIM handset has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 chipset, 1GB RAM and 8GB of storage (though there’s a sl...
Tags: Firefox, Google, Mobile, Asia, India, Nokia, Tech, Smartphone, Smartphones, Mobile Phones, Xiaomi, Delhi, Qualcomm, Mobile Computing, Reliance Jio, Dual Sim


MWC 2019: It’s all about the IP, baby!

When you think of Mobile World Congress, the first thing that comes to mind is "New Devices!". That is pretty much the case every year, but it is indeed a very small part of the experience. Well, if one steps outside of that bubble that is. What stands out is the sheer ingenuity on display by every single company that wants to make a mark on the minds of the over 100,000 attendees walking the show floor. So, who ends up grabbing the attention? It's the ones that perfectly understand the needs...
Tags: Featured, Blogging, Intellectual Property, Qualcomm, 2019, Mwc 2019, Mobile-World-Congress


Qualcomm introduces QCS400 SoCs with on-device AI for smart speakers and soundbars

Qualcomm today launched the new Qualcomm QCS400 SoC series - QCS407, QCS405, QCS404 and QCS403 to help deliver highly optimized, AI-enabled solutions that are designed for smarter audio and IoT applications. The QCS400 SoCs tightly integrate high-performance processing, the Qualcomm Artificial Intelligence (AI Engine), connectivity, and multiple advanced audio and visual display capabilities in single, power-optimized chip architecture. In the case of smart speakers, the QCS400 SoCs suppor...
Tags: Blogging, Qualcomm, Qualcomm Technologies ' Audio Development Kit ADK


Simulations, SAFEs, and China beats America in AI patents

Editor’s Note The most consistent feedback we have gotten from Extra Crunch members is that I write too much, and the Daily emails are too long for mortals (and apparently my mother) to read. This is great feedback: a huge focus for Extra Crunch is to create signal from noise. To that end, we are experimenting with a new format of the Daily starting today that’s focused on keeping you up-to-date on Extra Crunch, as well as broadening your perspective outside the Silicon Valley bubble. Have ques...
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Smart speakers are about to get an IQ bump thanks to new Qualcomm chips

Qualcomm announced a new chipset that is designed to make the next generation of smart speakers sound, listen, and connect better than ever before, and it could soon be in your living room. The post Smart speakers are about to get an IQ bump thanks to new Qualcomm chips appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Trends, Computing, Home Theater, Qualcomm, Smart Speakers


Qualcomm’s Boundless XR is a clear vision of the future

The potential of 5G is immense. What we got to see at the Qualcomm booth regarding this new generation of cellular wireless technology laid down a clear path to the future. Part of that future is what Qualcomm calls "Boundless XR". XR is short form for extended reality and it includes both virtual reality and augmented reality. So, what is "boundless"? Well, this is where Qualcomm's expertise comes into play. Using 5G and powerful chips in smartphones, the IP-heavy company demonstrated its plans...
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Soundcast VG5 Bluetooth Outdoor Speaker Review

Soundcast.com We were super impressed with this Speaker. The sound quality is superb with great bass, mids and highs. Its great for outdoors and rich in features. Highly recommend! PREMIUM DRIVERS One 6″ long-throw woofer in a downward-firing configuration with high-efficiency BL ferrite motor design for increased battery life and high-performance IMPP cone with butyl rubber surround Two 3″ full-range drivers in a stereo 360º array with high SPL Neodymium motor design, aluminum cones and...
Tags: Reviews, Audio, Seo, Qualcomm, AAC, Chris Voss


Qualcomm wins Apple patent case, loses Apple patent case, wins Apple patent case, loses Apple patent case...

Time to revisit the idea of patent portfolio as nuclear deterrence? Analysis Qualcomm has won a $31m judgment against Apple in the US after the iGiant infringed three of Qualy's mobile phone battery patents – the latest ruling in a long series of intellectual property spats between the two companies.…
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Apple kerfuffles, praise groups, and media layoffs

Lots of news and interesting tidbits to wrap up the week. Apple kerfuffles Apple has been vindicated (for a brief moment anyway) in its long-standing dispute with Qualcomm. From Stephen Nellis at Reuters: A U.S. federal judge has issued a preliminary ruling that Qualcomm Inc owes Apple Inc nearly $1 billion in patent royalty rebate payments, though the decision is unlikely to result in Qualcomm writing a check to Apple because of other developments in the dispute. Judge Gonzalo Curiel of the ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Asia, Spotify, Media, China, Tech, European Commission, Tumblr, Chris Morris, Qualcomm, Apple Inc, Reuters, Qualcomm Inc, Agarwal, SimilarWeb


U.S. federal court jury finds Apple infringed three Qualcomm patents

Mobile chipmaker Qualcomm has chalked up another small legal victory against Apple in another patent litigation suit. A jury in a U.S. federal court in San Diego found Friday that Apple owes Qualcomm about $31M for infringing three patents, per Reuters. Qualcomm has filed a number of patent suits against the iPhone maker in the U.S., Europe and Asia in recent years. The suits are skirmishes in a bigger battle between the pair over licensing terms that Apple alleges are unfair and illegal. ...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Mobile, Asia, Europe, Lawsuit, China, Germany, Tech, Intel, Smartphones, United States, San Diego, Cupertino, Qualcomm, Cnbc


Why premium is the most overused, and least understood, word in tech

Everyone has heard the word premium, and many of us will have purchased a premium product, but what does premium actually mean, and why is it used so much in tech? Here's why it's so popular. The post Why premium is the most overused, and least understood, word in tech appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Android, Mobile, Business, Marketing, Samsung, Trends, Features, Qualcomm, Premium, Mediatek


Apple Loses Patent Case to Qualcomm: Here’s What It Means

Qualcomm scored a victory today (March 15) in its ongoing legal dispute with Apple over mobile phone patents, as a jury awarded the chip maker $31 million in damages.Credit: Tom's GuideSpecifically, the jury in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California decided that the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X infringe on two of Qualcomm's patents, and that the iPhone 8, 8 Plus and X also infringe on a third.Considering that Apple tallied a littl...
Tags: Apple, News, China, Germany, US, Intel, Munich, San Diego, Qualcomm, Federal Trade Commission, Tom, Don Rosenberg, Avi Greengart, Greengart


Apple Dealt Legal Blow as Jury Awards Qualcomm $31 Million

Apple violated three Qualcomm patents and should pay the chipmaker $31 million for infringing on its technology, a jury decided Thursday, giving Qualcomm momentum as it heads into another legal skirmish with the iPhone maker next month. From a report: Qualcomm, which filed the suit in July 2017, alleged Apple had used its technology without permission in some versions of its popular iPhone. The jury awarded Qualcomm the full amount it requested at the start of the two-week trial, which was held ...
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Qualcomm scores $31 mn win in patent battle war with Apple

US smartphone chip titan Qualcomm said Friday it won a $31 million verdict in its multifront war with Apple over patented technology used in iPhones. A jury in a federal court in Southern California ordered that Apple pay Qualcomm for patent infringement for chips used on iPhone 7, 8 and X models. "Today's unanimous jury verdict is the latest victory in our worldwide patent litigation directed at holding Apple accountable for using our valuable technologies without paying for them," Qualcomm g...
Tags: Apple, News, US, Qualcomm, Southern California, Don Rosenberg


Apple to pay $45 million to Qualcomm over patent infringement

A jury has decided Apple should pay US$31 million ($45.2m) in damages for infringing on patents for technology owned by mobile chip maker Qualcomm that helps iPhones quickly connect to the internet and extend their battery life.The... [Author: [email protected]]
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Jury fines Apple $32 million for infringing on three Qualcomm patents

In a serious blow to Apple in its legal battle against Qualcomm, a San Diego jury fined Apple $32 million for infringing on three Qualcomm-owned patents. The decision marks the latest news in a string of court dates for the two companies. The post Jury fines Apple $32 million for infringing on three Qualcomm patents appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Mobile, Business, News, Trends, San Diego, Qualcomm, Patent


Jury rules Apple owes Qualcomm $31M for patent infringement

SAN DIEGO (AP) — A jury has decided Apple should pay $31 million in damages for infringing on patents for technology owned by mobile chip maker Qualcomm that helps iPhones quickly connect to the internet and extend their battery life. The verdict Friday in a San Diego federal court follows a two-week trial pitting two […]
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Qualcomm Wins First U.S. Jury Trial Against Apple

A federal jury in San Diego on Friday awarded Qualcomm about $31.6 million in damages on its patent infringement claims, matching the amount Qualcomm had sought. The chipmaker’s shares rose as much as 3.5 percent on the verdict to $57.34. The verdict boosts Qualcomm’s contention that its patent portfolio provides significant value to smartphones beyond the basic ability to connect to a telecommunications network.
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Apple infringed three Qualcomm patents, jury finds

Mobile phone chip supplier Qualcomm Inc on Friday won a legal victory against iPhone maker Apple Inc, with a jury in federal court in San Diego finding that Apple owes Qualcomm about $31 million for infringing three of its patents.
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Qualcomm Owes Apple $1 Billion, Judge Rules—but It's Not That Simple

While the two-year legal battle between Apple and Qualcomm is far from over, we’re starting to inch toward some kind of resolution.Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Science, Smartphones, Chips, Qualcomm, Legal Battles, Modems, Apple V Qualcomm


U.S. judge rules Qualcomm owes Apple nearly $1 billion rebate payment

A U.S. federal judge has issued a preliminary ruling that Qualcomm Inc owes Apple Inc nearly $1 billion in patent royalty rebate payments, though the decision is unlikely to result in Qualcomm writing a check to Apple because of other developments in the dispute.
Tags: Apple, Money, businessNews, Qualcomm, Apple Inc, Qualcomm Inc


Huawei has built an Android alternative in case US tensions increase

Tensions between the U.S. and Huawei show no sign of easing. Last week, the electronics giant announced that it has filed a lawsuit against the government over an “unconstitutional” ban on its products. Meanwhile, earlier this week, the U.S. threatened German intelligence over the country’s use of Huawei 5G products. The company has understandably been prepping for a further downturn in relations by building its own in-house alternative to Android. The backup was noted by Huawei mobile head ...
Tags: Google, Android, Apps, US, Tech, Huawei, Qualcomm, Richard Yu, Meng Wanzhou


Voices in AI – Episode 82: A Conversation with Max Welling

Today's leading minds talk AI with host Byron Reese .voice-in-ai-byline-embed { font-size: 1.4rem; background: url(https://voicesinai.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/cropped-voices-background.jpg) black; background-position: center; background-size: cover; color: white; padding: 1rem 1.5rem; font-weight: 200; text-transform: uppercase; margin-bottom: 1.5rem; } .voice-in-ai-byline-embed span { color: #FF6B00; } About this Epi...
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AI photo startup Polarr raises an $11.5 million Series A

Bay Area photography startup Polarr announced this morning that it has raised an $11.5 million Series A. The new round of funding, led by Threshold Ventures with participation from Pear Ventures and Cota Capital, brings the startup’s total funding to around $12.5 million, according to the latest Crunchbase figures. At the moment, the company is probably best known for its photography app for iOS and Android, which utilizes machine learning and AI to improve image editing. The company says it...
Tags: Google, Startups, Apps, Photography, Samsung, Qualcomm, Cota Capital, Samsung Galaxy, Samsung Apple, Polarr, Pear Ventures, Recent Funding, Borui Wang, Threshold Ventures


Verizon’s 5G to launch first in Chicago and Minneapolis on April 11

Verizon today announced the launch details of its first standards-based 5G wireless service. Starting on April 11 5G will be available throughout areas of Chicago and Minneapolis. Current subscribers can expect to pay an additional $10 a month for access, and at launch, the only supported device is the Motorola Z3 with the 5G Moto Mod. Later in the year, once they become available, Verizon will support the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G and LG’s V50 ThinQ. Prices start at $85 a month for the base Go Unli...
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