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U.S. House questions Apple over FaceTime flawThis wasn’t vulnerability dicovered by a well known security agency through an organized Pwn2Own type of initiative. It was reported as a bug by a teenager and his mum, likely through some high-volume general feedback mechanism. It could take several days for a staffer to even look at it, and it likely wasn’t thoroughly documented so as to easily be reproducible.
That being said, I’d be interested to know the gap in time between their realization of the scale of the bug and the first communication.
You can now use Apple's Siri & HomeKit to control the $8000 Numi 2.0 'intelligent toilet'
Every Android maker to have 5G flagship by end of 2019, Qualcomm says
Qualcomm CEO says 'on the doorstep' of resolving legal battles with Apple
Qualcomm must license modem tech to rivals like Intel, court rulesThe value of the phone that the chip goes into should have no bearing on the licensing cost. That would be like charging more for a gallon of gas going into a Ferrari vs a Toyota.
Not sure if volume licensing discounts are permissible under FRAND. I believe they might be, as long as they’re consistent.