On topic: Tech news to know now

Here’s what’s going on in tech.

Other chips news besides the big Broadcom-Qualcomm news: Rivals Intel and AMD team up on PC chips to battle Nvidia. (WSJ)

Twitter investor Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal has been arrested as part of a big corruption investigation. (TechCrunch)

Sen. Mitch McConnell said tech companies could help U.S. “retaliate against the Russians.” He did not specify how. (Hill)

This is apparently scoring high on the outrage meter: iPhone users fuming over bug that turns letter “i” to a capital “a” and a question mark. (BBC)

Big tech companies change their mind, now support the anti-sex trafficking bill. (Hill)

Apple is selling bonds as it seeks to fund stock buybacks and dividends. (Bloomberg)

ICYMI: Uber might make more money this year selling real estate in Oakland than actually selling rides. (Slate)

T-Mobile, Sprint merger is off. (Reuters)

 

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