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Qualcomm Says It Met with Broadcom to Discuss Acquisition

Qualcomm today said members of its board of directors and senior management met with Broadcom to talk about the latter’s acquisition offer. Broadcom offered to buy Qualcomm for $121 billion, but Qualcomm shot the deal down. “We met with representatives of Broadcom for two hours earlier today, and listened carefully …

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Report: Apple in talks to source memory chips from China

Up until now, no Chinese company has manufactured memory chips. This is about to change, according to a report published today by Japan’s Nikkei news agency.  A company called Yangtze Memory is scheduled to start producing NAND flash chips sometime this year, and Apple is reportedly in talks with the …

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HTC's Phone Boss Hangs Up On Handset Biz

HTC today said Chialin Chang, President of Smartphone and Connected Devices Business, has resigned effective immediately. The only reason given for the departure pertains to Chang’s “personal career plan.” The company did not name a replacement. Chang joined HTC initially in 2012 as the company’s CFO, though he later transitioned …

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Nokia 8 Now Receiving Android 8.1 from HMD Global

HMD Global has begun to distribute Android 8.1 Oreo to the Nokia 8 smartphone, according to executive Juho Sarvikas. HMD Global makes and markets Android handsets under the Nokia brand. The Nokia 8 is HMD Global’s flagship device. It has a 5.3-inch screen, aluminum build, 13-megapixel cameras with Zeiss optics, …

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