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Qualcomm Moderated Thread - please read rules before posting
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This thread has a long history of collegial discussion of Qualcomm and its place in the wireless industry. While disagreements are fierce, we have been able to keep the discussion focused and generally civil. These rules are intended to try and continue those traditions.

This is a discussion forum, not a chat room. These rules have been in place since '01 and have served us well, however I am tacking on a new explicit rule concerning political discussions.

RULES

First and foremost, use common sense when posting. We have a long history to draw on and most should have a good idea as to what is considered on-topic and times when there might be a small amount of leeway. That leeway does not apply to politics.

No political rants/slams or even value judgments. The political discussion which is allowed is the impact of specific policy proposals on Qualcomm. For example, the IMPACT of changes to the H1B visa program is fair game, but I do not want discussions on whether increased immigration is a good or bad policy idea.

No cheerleading, stock quotes, or discussions of short-term price movements or your own holdings.

No off topic posts.

No flaming.

Please use discretion when linking or posting articles that are only marginally related to Qualcomm.

Please ignore IQ challenged posters.

Consider PM's when making posts of little value to the larger thread.

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Posts that violate the above rules will be met with a warning and the 2nd offense will earn a ban of varying length. Unfortunately, I know it is impossible to make everybody happy, but I believe that the above rules will allow us to continue the valuable types of discussions that we have had for so long on this thread.
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163188Wasn't the NDRC decision released before the first set of 5G standards got fwaitwatchwander-7 hours ago
163187If PRC usage is succeeded by India ODMs and OEMs do you care? Did you see BoJo’sfrmrVZguy-yesterday
163186It would also be fine if Huawei doesn't buy from Qualcomm too: the chips it Wildbiftek-yesterday
163185KeyBanc Upgrades Qualcomm On Potential Benefit From HiSilicon Ban Priya Nigam [GR8FORM3yesterday
163184Semiconductor Industry to Lobby for Billions to Boost U.S. Manufacturing A goal Bill Wolf1yesterday
163183UK plans new 5G club of 10 democracies, including India: ReportSilcon Observer3Saturday
163182Samsung#Galaxy#BookS based on #Lakefield#x86 pits @Intel vs. @Qualcomm for #Silcon Observer1Saturday
163181Is Huawei in violation of the China commission mandate ... think it was the NDRCN.Novick-last Friday
163180Nreal Augmented Reality Glasses Developer Kit Review (Snapdragon Device) youtu.robcomptec-last Friday
163179Art, re: Huawei royalties.......................................................Jim Mullens-last Friday
163178It seems there are two totally different, but related issues here. First, if thArt Bechhoefer-last Friday
163177"Qualcomm would need to apply for a license from the Commerce Department’s matherandlowell-last Friday
163176Agree, and perhaps they misinterpreted statements referring to branding and markWildbiftek-last Friday
163175The death of Huawei won't stop the rise of China lightreading.comBill Wolf-last Friday
163174Chinese researchers are growing increasingly interested in the operation of 5G iBill Wolf1last Friday
163173Industry Voices — Baker: China pulls ahead as motor of 5G smartphones for 2020 bBill Wolf-last Friday
163172O-RAN meets GSMA: The start of a beautiful friendship? One is the disruptive wiBill Wolf-last Friday
163171Qualcomm’s first Wi-Fi 6E chips are here For phones and routers By Jacob KastrenBill Wolf1last Friday
163170Best Android Phones: May 2020 by Andrei Frumusanu on May 28, 2020 10:00 AM EST Bill Wolf-last Friday
163169Chinese smartphone manufacturer Oppo is increasing its its efforts to develop itBill Wolf1last Friday
1631685G will speed up moves to Industry 4.0 by Nick Farrell on29 May 2020 . . . FrosBill Wolf-last Friday
163167This is wrong. Qualcomm stopped designing custom cores a few generations ago. ThSilcon Observer1last Thursday
163166Valueman,,re : Wi-Fi- 6E........................................................Jim Mullens3last Thursday
163165Trump must issue sanctions by law: <<The State Department was required toDoug M.-last Thursday
163164Maybe NXP has a lower cost product Couldn't be. If it is already designed Valueman2last Thursday
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