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that's silly argument - if you become a standard, it should be access to all - by default, you already have the advantage of volume. charge excessive fee not only abuse the standard, but also impede the innovation (by grab extra money other than chip fee) from their customers. Qcom uses their size and advantage of standard is high way robbery. IMHO. who ever is going to use their 5G should keep eyes open (including standard setting committee - should put limiting clause to prevent such a behavior).
sammy, stop using Journalists as "in market" tester. They are brain dead to start with (peel off the plastic like they dig out storyline). spend some money to hire few teenages as beta tester instead. they will perform highly accelerated test and found all the faults prior to your in market test start and most likely give you a no-sugar coated response (like a piece of ....). Surely the user deserve a good tester if they paid 2K. Fold screen or rolled up screen do have place in product, just a bit odd to use on hand (holding a book open and writing on it even on the edge is always a bit hard for me).
Good move on Intel. Get it perfect on the IoT prior to mobile is a good game plan. Hopefully, Apple will provide some thing to sooze the pain (ego too). 5G still early in the game, everyone still got chance to catch up... even QC set is not that impressive as yet. Just make sure it can be drop in fit for future (pin to pin compatible would be better, especially in high speed - to re-spin a board with all the impedance matched design is pain). Lay low and ready to jump high next ;-).
Huh? You have no clue what you are talking about. You don't liv here in Silicon Valley. At Apple, Sunday night is a working day and people spend 11-12 hours average at work. No that's hell, not life. That's why my friend quit Apple to work for FB.
not hired may have many reasons. may be your direct team didn't think you are right fit (might looking for a specific staff that may cover specific group customers, for example), the high up might feel some kind of imtimidated by your experience - quite often to face when you have rather strong resume. someone interview you might think you are lack of long term commitment, just use the position as a "parking lot", or they don't believe you would take a x% pay cut job and lower your status (more than 50% for example), etc. etc. not mention someone may think you are on the high horse...facing all of the above one way or the other in the past, even I am not retired yet...fair or not, that's reality and life...