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PhoneArena 07/22/2019 21:56
While Apple appears to have this deal locked up, when Intel first announced that it was exiting the business, it received indications of interest from other companies.
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CNN (United States) 07/22/2019 21:03
Apple would also acquire Intel's work developing chips for 5G, the next generation of ultra-high speed wireless, according to the report.
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SiliconANGLE 07/22/2019 20:41
Apple Inc. is said to be on the cusp of agreeing a deal to acquire Intel Corp.’s failed smartphone modem business for around $1 billion, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal late Monday ...
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Motley Fool 07/22/2019 20:40
Acquisitions are what evening traders are talking about tonight.
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Digital Trends 07/22/2019 19:12
According to a recent report from the Wall Street Journal, Apple is within a week of agreeing to buy Intel’s modem business.
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PhoneDog.com 07/22/2019 19:09
Meanwhile, Intel recently said that it was exiting the 5G smartphone modem business after originally planning to begin production in 2020.
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Channel NewsAsia (Singapore) 07/22/2019 18:10
The Journal had reported in the same month that Intel was exploring a sale for its modem chip business to Apple or another acquirer.
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CNET News 07/22/2019 18:08
Apple is close to buying Intel's phone chip business, report says.
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Busness Insider 07/22/2019 18:02
Apple is reportedly in talks to buy Intel's smartphone business.
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Apple World Today 07/22/2019 18:01
After a loooong legal battle, Apple and Qualcomm reached a settlement in May that included a six-year agreement for the latter to provide modems for the former’s products.
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MobileSyrup 07/22/2019 17:59
Offloading this division to Apple would allow the Silicon Valley-based tech giant to focus on 5G for other connected devices, among other endeavours.
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Verge 07/22/2019 17:54
Intel CEO Bob Swan went on to clarify that Intel had abandoned the modem business directly because of the Apple settlement — without Apple as a customer, the company concluded that it “just didn’t see a path” forward.
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Intel in April announced that it was exiting the 5G smartphone modem business , sharing the news just after Apple and Qualcomm announced their new deal.
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TechCrunch 07/22/2019 17:53
Apple is in “advanced talks” to buy Intel’s smartphone modem business for “$1 billion or more” according the a new report in The Wall Street Journal.
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