AT&T may have failed in its bid to take over T-Mobile, but it has at least gained regulatory approval for its purchase of wireless spectrum from Qualcomm.
Qualcomm is expanding its already formidable lineup of next-gen S4 mobile chips.
Qualcomm has released a white paper detailing its upcoming Snapdragon S4 mobile SoC.
Qualcomm has outlined its plans for the next generation of RISC-based Snapdragon processors, which will boast significantly higher speeds and optimized graphics.
Technology advancement is a path, rather than a destination. Unfortunately, the road is long, rocky and has no speed limit.
Qualcomm is bolstering its gesture recognition arsenal with the acquisition of relevant patents and other "assets" from GestureTek.
Qulacomm has coded an app for Android users interested in effectively gauging web browsing speeds on their smartphones.
A "leaked" Qualcomm roadmap indicates the company is preparing to shift its mobile chip efforts into overdrive.
Sprint has confirmed that HTC’s Evo 3D smartphone and View 4G tablet will hit store shelves on June 24th.
Qualcomm has confirmed that its upcoming lineup of Snapdragon processors are "designed" to power mobile devices running Windows 8.
According to the latest benchmark tests, Sprint's upcoming 3D phone can beat everything else on the market.
@drod2169 - aka Derek Rodriguez - has coded a sweet kernel which revs HTC's Thunderbolt to a cool 1.8GHz.
When it comes to augmented reality, there are few cooler applications than those made for gaming. Ogmento’s Paranormal Activity: Sanctuary is one of those games. Why?
The Internet is all abuzz with talks of near-field communication (NFC) chips in mobile phones and the newest and (and thinnest!) forms of payment.
The mobile industry will soon undergo a massive consolidation of the smartphone/tablet space. We simply have too many vendors and Intel's focused entry later this year should force the ARM vendors to merge, some to fail, and only the strongest will survive.
Qualcomm has announced its next-gen Snapdragon chipset at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. The new processor micro-architecture - code-named Krait - is expected to boast blazing speeds of 2.5GHz per core.
How cliche would it sound to say the future is here? Regardless of our inability to come up with something more clever to say, Qualcomm's next-gen Snapdragon processors are anything but stale.
Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robots were one of the coolest toys of the 80s and 90s. I remember pulling the old box down from the shelf and setting up the plastic-y perfect robots for battle, going head-to-head until one of the robots’ heads literally popped off.
Qualcomm’s next-gen, 28nm mobile SoC will boast two advanced processing cores that offer 5x the performance compared to the original Snapdragon chip.
Apple may be preparing to equip its next-gen iPhone with a baseband chip from Qualcomm, rather than Infineon.