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  1. Frustrated Apple CEO Tim Cook reveals disappointing MacBook Pro delay

    Mac fans hoping for new hardware this year have been given one possible explanation for the delay…

  2. Winners and Losers of the Apple-Qualcomm detente

    The end to a battle between Apple Inc. and Qualcomm Inc. removed a hangover for shareholders…

  3. Performance shootout: Apple’s Intel vs. ARM systems

    There have been some comments questioning the meaning of the performance benchmarks…

  4. Why Intel’s smartphone strategy went off the rails yet again

    Intel recently scrapped its plans to sell 5G modems for smartphones, shortly after its top customer, Apple…

  5. Why did Intel kill off their modem program?

    There is no way to sugar coat Intel’s modem story, it has been a flaming disaster from the start…

  6. Analyst estimates Apple paid up to $6 billion to settle with Qualcomm

    Apple probably paid Qualcomm between $5 billion and $6 billion to settle the litigation…

  7. Qualcomm detente is a bitter pill for Tim Cook; clock is ticking on Apple’s own modem

    Apple Inc.’s legal surrender this week is a blow for the company’s supply chain strategy…

  8. Qualcomm CEO on Apple settlement: We’re not going to disclose how much the deal is worth

    A day after settling a multibillion-dollar battle with Apple, Qualcomm’s CEO…

  9. Here’s what likely happened between Apple, Qualcomm and Intel

    On day two of what was expected to be by far the biggest patent or antitrust lawsuit ever heard…

  10. Qualcomm settlement with Apple paves way for Huawei dispute

    Qualcomm Inc’s surprise settlement of a prolonged legal fight with Apple Inc paves…

  11. Intel axes 5G modem plans after Apple and Qualcomm settle

    Chipmaker Intel conceded on Tuesday it would not release a 5G smartphone modem…

  12. What performance gains Apple’s A13 chip might deliver

    We’re still a long way away from hearing anything official about Apple’s next system-on-a-chip…

  13. TSMC lays groundwork for Apple to design 5nm chips

    TSMC has announced delivery of the complete version of its 5nm design infrastructure….

  14. Apple might achieve what Microsoft’s Windows 10 never could

    When Windows 10 was first revealed back in 2014, I was naturally interested in its new features…

  15. Mobile CPU benchmarks show Apple two years ahead of the competition

    ARM has unveiled its latest high-end mobile CPU…

  16. As Microsoft and Qualcomm work on ARM-based PCs, the stage is set for Apple A-series Macs

    Qualcomm today announced that it is working with Microsoft to bring support for Windows 10…

  17. Apple could transition to ARM chips in Macs, but probably won’t

    With every release of a new iPhone powered by another cutting-edge processor designed by Apple…

  18. Will Apple’s next-gen iPads be faster than Macs?

    Apple has added support for an ARM chip to macOS Sierra, igniting another wave of speculation…

  19. macOS Sierra code suggests Apple could dump Intel processors in Macs for Apple A-series chips

    Could Apple be working on next-generation Mac hardware that would be powered by an in-house designed processor…

  20. Hello, Apple? It’s Mac. Have you forgotten me?

    Apple has continuously been leaving its Mac line dusty and old…

  21. The iPhone’s new A10 Fusion chip should worry Intel

    Apple’s latest generation of smartphone processors has basically caught up with Intel’s laptops CPUs…

  22. When will Apple put Intel’s Kaby Lake chips inside new Macs?

    Claims Intel’s latest Kaby Lake processors may not appear in new Macs until next year…

  23. Apple’s MacBook Pro not likely to sport Intel Kaby Lake processors this year

    At today’s Intel Developer Forum, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich and other Intel execs showed off its 7th Generation Core…

  24. Apple A10-powered Macs on the way? Decoding Apple’s WWDC 2016 media invitation

    If you think Apple’s been slow with Mac innovation you are not alone…

  25. Why Intel’s problem won’t be Apple’s problem

    This week, beleaguered Intel announced that it was laying off 12,000 employees