Huawei Technologies has announced it plans to be the world’s largest smartphone maker by Q4 2019, after it edged past Apple into the number two position.
The news comes after shares rose 2.9 percent to close at $207.39 in New York, propelling the consumer-technology giant’s market value to $1.002 trillion.
China’s Huawei Technologies has overtaken Apple as the world’s second-biggest smartphone seller in the June quarter, data from market research firms showed.
EU antitrust regulators have reportedly charged Qualcomm with a new violation in a case where the US chipmaker has been accused of selling chipsets below cost to drive out Nvidia Corp unit and British phone software maker Icera.
With just a couple months to go until the new iPhones are unveiled, Ming-Chi Kuo is providing some new details on the upcoming models.
The worldwide wearables market is forecast to ship 124.9 million units by the end of 2018, but the market for wristbands is expected to decline 6.6%.
SoftBank Group Corp’s CEO Masayoshi Son said on Wednesday he plans to devote the bulk of his time on the double down on the firm’s ambitious tech investment strategy.
At a trial in Washington that started on Friday, a staff of the US International Trade Commission recommended that a trade judge find that Apple infringed at least one of Qualcomm patents.
Apple is reportedly planning to change its iPhone settings to undercut the most popular means for law enforcement to break into the devices.
Apple has reportedly asked suppliers to make 20 percent fewer components for the three new iPhones it plans to launch in the second half of 2018 compared to last year’s plans for its iPhone X and iPhone 8 models.