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Qualcomm loses case about its mobile-chip licensing fees

As 5G technology gears up, a federal court has ruled that Qualcomm’s ‘onerous’ fees for its mobile chips violate antitrust law.

What the Huawei-Google spat means for you

Huawei's future outside China is looking a little shaky right now as Google announced its decision to comply with President Trump's ruling over the smartphone brand.

Experts: Enterprise IoT enters the mass-adoption phase

Dropping hardware prices, 5G boost business internet-of-things deployments; technical complexity encourages partnerships.

Microsoft returns to Mac browser market after 16 years with 'Chromium-ed' Edge

The developer has released the first public preview of its revamped Edge browser for macOS, with a more stable version coming 'soon.'

Google sees Gmail as key to its collaboration plans

‘We are not going to live in a world where everyone abandons email and moves all of their communication to chat,’ says Google’s Jacob Bank, director of product management at G Suite.

VTCT cuts data blindspots with Qlik to become training sector leader

Back in 2015 the Vocational Training Charitable Trust (VTCT) identified several long standing analytics blindspots, meaning it was struggling to resolve some major issues faced by its thousands of students and instructors.

Appian CEO Matt Calkins: openness is the way to go

Appian founder and board game designer Matt Calkins believes that "openness is the way to go" with regards to running the proprietary low-code provider, and said that - while there are no plans at present - he hasn't ruled out open sourcing some of the components across the platform.

Lessons learned from an S/4HANA public cloud migration by Spirit Airlines

Budget US airline Spirit is in the process of moving from SAP's legacy ECC enterprise resource planning (ERP) software to S/4HANA public cloud but it has had to overcome some challenges on the way to what it says is a very different system for its users to get to grips with.

HPE to buy Cray, offer HPC as a service

High-performance computing offerings from HPE plus Cray could enable things like AI, ML, high-speed financial trading, creation digital twins for entire enterprise networks.

Qlik touts 'industry's only' end-to-end data platform after Attunity buy

Qlik is rebranding itself as a cloud-first, software-as-a-service (SaaS) analytics platform following a spate of acquisitions topped by last week's $560 million purchase of Attunity, which added data integration capabilities to Qlik's self-service business intelligence (BI) product.