While unveiling its newest flagship smartphones at Mobile World Congress, Samsung also took a few digs at its competitor Apple and that company's latest device, the iPhone X.
Whether it's a symbol of the end of the Meg Whitman era, or the start of the reign of Antonio Neri, Hewlett Packard Enterprise got on the good side of Wall Street with its quarterly results.
Consumers could see the first mobile PCs with 5G connectivity hit the market by the second half of next year, says Intel, which is working with Dell, HP, and others to develop such devices.
Tweaking the deal: Broadcom trimmed its hostile takeover offer for Qualcomm in the wake of the San Diego company agreeing to pay more for Dutch auto chip-maker NXP Semiconductors.
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