It's a big deal for Apple: the tech giant has signed an agreement with the China Mobile - the world's largest cell phone operator. Although smartphone sales are booming in the country, Apple has not been doing as well as its competitors in China.
Intellectual property (IP) is back in focus as US President Donald Trump slaps wide-ranging tariffs on China for allegedly stealing American technology and IP, and eroding US firms' competitive edge.
Broadcom's multi-billion dollar bid to buy its US chipmaking rival has been rejected as "unsolicited" by Qualcomm, raising the stakes in what could be the tech industry's biggest-ever deal.
Skype has apparently joined the lengthening list of internet communication tools on China's blacklist, with Apple saying it was ordered to clear its download store of apps that violate national laws.
As Intel is rushing out patches to fix its chip security flaws, it has become known that CEO Brian Krzanich had sold off a large chunk of his stake in Intel before the problem was disclosed to the general public.
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