Chinese Cellphones Face Off Against Indian Nationalism

Chinese consumer electronics have been doing well in India in recent years. They should be able to weather the geopolitical

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Digital Group Urges Controls on Flow of Cellphone Data to Government

WASHINGTON—A national trade group representing the digital advertising industry has advised member companies to put stricter controls on consumer mobile-phone

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Apple Is the Newest Chip Giant in Town

Apple Inc. built its gadget empire by outsourcing production to a vast ecosystem of chip makers and other component specialists.

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iOS 14, iPadOS, WatchOS 7, MacOS Big Sur: The Changes Coming to Your Apple Devices

You can’t eat a computer. That’s what my 2-year-old said to me this morning, right before I holed up in

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Apple Finally Closes Its Circle

For all its efforts at secrecy, Apple Inc.’s move to start making its own processors for Mac computers may have

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Apple Expected to Break Up With Intel, Transition to In-House Chips for Macs

Apple Inc. is expected to reveal Monday that it is breaking up with Intel. Corp. and transitioning its line of

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The iPhone Isn’t the Cash Cow It Once Was. Apple Isn’t Worried.

For most of the past decade, the story of Apple Inc. has been the story of the iPhone. Yet in

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How the Coronavirus Will Reshape World Trade

When the global economy finally gets beyond the pandemic, expect it to be less globalized than before. Governments, including many

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Samsung Unveils Cheaper 5G Phone to Lure Reluctant Buyers

The world’s largest smartphone maker is trying to jump-start lackluster sales of 5G handsets in the U.S., addressing the sticker

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