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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.


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.


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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161754FWIW, Mention/Video today on CNBC, Steve Weiss full position in QCOM due to 5G IGR8FORM-47 minutes ago
161753What does Foss mean by this: "There are various legal questions involved, TwinDubbs13 hours ago
161752semiaccurate.comTHE WATSONYOUTH14 hours ago
161751This is probably as much of a mea culpa as we're likely to hear from FOSSterWildbiftek15 hours ago
161750One year after trial loss against FTC, Qualcomm approaching Ninth Circuit hearinVinnieBagOfDonuts105 hours ago
161749Qualcomm unveils new 4G chipsets for 2020: meet the Snapdragon 720G, 662, and 46Bill Wolf-7 AM
161748Huawei CEO at Davos: We're better prepared for U.S. attacks youtBill Wolf-7 AM
1617474G isn't dead yet: Qualcomm unveils LTE-versions of its midrange Snapdragon Bill Wolf-6 AM
161746iPhone 12 rumors and leaks: 4 things we expect from Apple in 2020 The standout Bill Wolf-6 AM
161745Qualcomm, MediaTek to enjoy double-digit growth in mobile chip sales Cage Chao, Bill Wolf-6 AM
161744Plenty of skeptics question whether Verizon’s bet on millimeter wave for 5G willBill Wolf-6 AM
161743The European Union will not explicitly ban Huawei Technologies or other 5G netwoBill Wolf-6 AM
161742Qualcomm's new mobile chipsets pack more features for the non-5G crowd In otBill Wolf-6 AM
161741Lenovo is building another standalone VR headset, but it’s not for consumers It’Bill Wolf-6 AM
161740Earlier today, Qualcomm announced three new mobile processors and one of them isBill Wolf-6 AM
161739Rumor: 'iPhone 12' will look like a slimmer, taller iPhone 11 By Mikey CBill Wolf-6 AM
161738Qualcomm unveils Snapdragon 720G, Snapdragon 662, and Snapdragon 460 Mobile Platmanning18-6 AM
161737It looks like Exmark v. Briggs and Stratton was indeed referenced in opening briaudiophileaj6yesterday
161736Good digging on your part. If Exmark v. Briggs & Stratton wasn't referenArt Bechhoefer12yesterday
161735Different company, same quandary: "Federal Circuit Confirms Flexibility Detaudiophileaj8yesterday
161734Appreciate greatly that there's so little cheerleading on our little corner Rose_Campion11last Saturday
161733Rogers begins 5G rollout in CanadaA bit late to the party, Rogers announced it imanning18-last Friday
161732My phone is almost a remote now. Still not integrated and battery sucks. Wirelwaitwatchwander-last Friday
161731Abcs / wccftech re: MediaTek and SD 765’s price cut + Kuo claims that QualcomJim Mullens9last Friday
161730Good news for Qualcomm investors : QCOM continue to rise, it is now 95.84 up 4.0benhorseman7last Friday
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