Qualcomm Claims Apple Made Threats And Lied To Regulators

Qualcomm Claims Apple Made Threats And Lied To Regulators

The world’s largest maker of phone semiconductors responded to a January lawsuit from Apple with counterclaims for damages, alleging the iPhone maker breached contractual pledges, mischaracterised their agreements and misrepresented facts. Qualcomn accused Apple of lying to regulators to spur investigation of the chip maker, and threating it to cover up the use of inferior parts in some iPhone. The world’s largest maker of phone semiconductors responded to a January lawsuit from Apple with counterclaims for damages late Monday, alleging the iPhone maker breached contractual pledges, mischaracterised their agreements and misrepresented facts. “We were really stunned by some of the

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A Tunnel At The End Of Tunnel

  AN EMBATTLED SHARIF WILL LOSE THE LEVERAGE HE HAS OVER FOREIGN POLICY AND CEDE GROUND THE ARMY. The contrast between contemporary INDIA and PAKISTAN could not be starker. There is a new government in New Delhi led by a strong political figure, promising the country better days through ambitious design, better execution of projects and regional connectivity Narendra Modi’s critics wonder if the results will match the rhetoric, they worry about institutions and minorities but few doubt his commitments to a development agenda. The Pakistan political class , on the other hand, seems to live in a parallel universe,

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World’s Largest Solar Telescope Plan Clears Green Hurdles

India’s much awaited largest solar telescope, proposed at Merak village in shore of Pangong lake in Jammu &Kashmir’s Ladakh region, has cleared the green hurdle with the union environment ministry’s National Board of WildLife (NBWL) giving its nod to the project. The indigenous National Large Solar Telescope (NLST) is considered as one of world’s most powerful solar telescope facilities with a capability to do both day and night astronomy. It would also fill the longitude gap between Japan and Europe. Citing its scientific utility, the board recently approved, diversion of 7.60 hectares of forestland from Changthang cold desert wildlife sanctuary

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