Qualcomm Stories February 1
Qualcomm resolves dispute with Samsung, hoping to do the same with Apple
While there were no lawsuits between Qualcomm and Samsung, the Korean company had been opposing the chipmaker’s appeal against a Fair Trade Commission anti-trust ruling …
Qualcomm Stories January 9
Qualcomm has said that its latest Bluetooth chip will allow future wireless in-ear headphones to become smaller, more reliable and smarter.
Reduced power consumption could allow headphones to give almost three times the battery-life of existing models – or, as seems more likely, allow manufacturers to maintain current playback times while shrinking the size of devices …
Qualcomm Stories December 21, 2017
Earlier this month, Qualcomm unveiled its next-generation processor for the upcoming wave of flagship smartphones, while also showcasing how Snapdragon can power all-day cellular-connected Windows laptops. A new report today suggests that Chromebooks could one day be powered by the Snapdragon 845 processor.
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Qualcomm Stories December 8, 2017
Early last month, Broadcom announced a $105 billion offer to buy Qualcomm. The latter chipmaker has rejected the initial bid in an attempt to possibly get a better offer. However, a new report today reveals that Google and others in the industry are worried about such a deal due to innovation concerns, as well as the purchase aiding Apple.
Qualcomm Stories December 6, 2017
Qualcomm made its new Snapdragon 845 processor official yesterday, but today the company has once again taken the stage here in Maui, Hawaii to go into more depth on what exactly the new system-on-a-chip will bring to the next generation of Android flagships…
Qualcomm Stories December 5, 2017
Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun sat down today in a small roundtable discussion with journalists and said that the company’s first phone with the Snapdragon 845 will be the Mi 7. The CEO also said that while it still has its sights set on a US launch, it’s going to take “careful preparation” to get to that point…