Looks like Qualcomm is out of a decent sized contract, two actually, this time for cause. While SemiAccurate is a little perplexed at the timing of this, the background made the end result inevitable but the unique circumstances surrounding it are still odd.
This story was simple and technical until we started digging into the details. Then we found the non-technical bits and, well, things got ugly. Or hilarious, depending on whether or not you work for Qualcomm. We don’t. While it doesn’t rival the Qualcomm/Apple spat in any dimension, it is still going to be a fun one to watch unfold.
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