The United States Federal Trade Commission’s case against Qualcomm has just taken an important step. In a ruling released last night, the US District Court judge Lucy Koh issued her final ruling on the case, finding in favor of the FTC that Qualcomm has violated the Federal Trade Commission Act. As part of her ruling, Koh also outlined a series of remedies that Qualcomm would need to undertake, including terminating its “no license, no chips” policy, and undergoing 7 years of Federal oversight. Qualcomm for its part was quick to react to the ruling, announcing that it will seek an immediate stay of the ruling as well as appeal to a higher court.
First filed back at the start of 2017, the FTC alleged that...
Well known for their extremely overclocking friendly motherboard designs as well as their trademarked SoftMenu technology, ABIT is broadening their horizons with their first entry into the PC speaker...
division of Imagination Technologies, has recently started offering their
products in North America. The first set of speakers from VideoLogic being
reviewed here at AnandTech is the Sirocco Crossfire.