Qualcomm continues its battle with Apple, and Microsoft lays off thousands
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Qualcomm will file a complaint with the US International Trade Commission to ban import of certain Apple iPhones that do not use Qualcomm chips.
Qualcomm is seeking this ban because it claims Apple is infringing on six of Qualcomm's mobile patents.
The USITC will likely examine the complain in August and a decision would likely not be made for roughly 18 months.
Microsoft is laying off thousands of employees who could be from its sales division.
Zdnet Mary Joe Foley reported that the cuts were not primarily a cost cutting measure, instead Microsoft is redefining its sales roles.
Some whose jobs were cut, maybe reassigned within the company.
On Twitter, Elon Musk announced that the first batch of Tesla Model 3 vehicles should get to its first 30 customers on July 28th.
The Model 3 has gotten a lot of interest as it's Tesla's lowest cost vehicle with a $35,000 price tag.
Mass Tesla said in August production would hit 100 cars and in September more than 1500 cars.
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