Intel quits 5G smartphone modems after Apple reaches a settlement with Qualcomm

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Intel’s world headquarters Santa Clara, California. Image: Walden Kirsch/Intel Corporation
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Intel’s world headquarters Santa Clara, California. Image: Walden Kirsch/Intel Corporation

Chip giant says it will focus on the broader 5G infrastructure business after Apple settles differences with Qualcomm

Intel has quit the 5G smartphone modem business after Apple reached an unexpected settlement with Qualcomm in the two companies' legal dispute. Intel said that it will assess the "opportunities ...

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