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Tuesday, June 25, 2024


Qualcomm agrees to pay US$75 million to settle a lawsuit linked to Apple complaints

Qualcomm agrees to pay US$75 million to settle a lawsuit with shareholders over its licensing practices, pending judicial approval of the settlement terms.

Singapore government agencies to use a unified SMS identifier from July

From July 1, 2024, Singapore government SMS communications will use a single "" identifier, simplifying message identification and enhancing security.

The EU imposes new tariffs on Chinese EV imports

The EU will impose new tariffs on Chinese EV imports next month to address unfair competition and ensure a level playing field in the market.

Government subsidies drive a resurgence in China’s EV market

China’s EV makers, such as Nio, Xpeng, and Li Auto, see a promising 2024 ahead, boosted by government subsidies and rising consumer demand.

Google’s US$2.3 million check secures a judge trial over a jury trial in an antitrust lawsuit

Google's US$2.3 million payment secures a judge trial over a jury in the Justice Department's antitrust lawsuit, set for September 9.

Malaysia embraces future with new semiconductor strategy with Siemens

Malaysia's new National Semiconductor Strategy aims to make the country a global semiconductor leader, with Siemens playing a pivotal role in this transformative initiative.

The FCC seeks additional funding to replace Huawei and ZTE equipment in telecom networks

The FCC requests additional funds to help telecom providers replace Huawei and ZTE equipment, citing national security concerns.

Google seeks to dismiss the US government’s antitrust lawsuit

Google has asked a Virginia court to dismiss a DOJ lawsuit that accuses it of monopolising the digital advertising sector.