Qualcomm has announced the successor to the Snapdragon 820 processor just months after the first devices touting the chipset have hit the market.
Qualcomm has extended its Snapdragon Internet of Things chips to help support devices for children and the elderly, as well as launching new Wi-Fi solutions.
Qualcomm is bringing deep learning to devices powered by its Snapdragon 820 processors, helping them to offer the likes of facial recognition and object tracking.
Qualcomm is aiming to put a difficult 2015 behind it with a range of product announcements at CES, spanning the smart home, Wi-Fi SON and a new LTE modem.
Almost 20 billion Bluetooth enabled devices will be shipped over the next five years, with beacons, robotics and smart home devices biting into smartphones' dominance of the tech, ABI Research has predicted.
Marvell is cutting almost a fifth of its workforce and slashing its mobile business as the US-based chipmaker looks to the IoT to reverse its fortunes.
Qualcomm is building a computing platform for drones based on the company’s mobile chip.
Qualcomm has built new anti-malware tech that uses machine learning to fight off threats.
Qualcomm has agreed to sell its UK spectrum holding to Three and Vodafone in two separate transactions.
Mike Inglis is set to join the BT Board as a non-executive director and a member of the operator’s Technology Committee.
Qualcomm has introduced new visual processing technology to its Snapdragon range aimed at supporting “next-generation user experiences” such as virtual reality and computer vision.
System-on-chips (SoCs) are becoming so complicated that even chipset companies themselves are unable to understand how they work, the CTO of debugging tech firm UltraSoC has claimed.
Samsung has started the mass production of its 1.0μm-pixel-based 16 megapixel (Mp) CMOS image sensor, which it said will deliver high quality picture taking in thin smartphones.
Qualcomm is betting on chips for lower tier smartphones, small cells, data centres and the Internet of Things to turn it around as it announced 15 percent job cuts and plans to save more than $1 billion (€910 million).
There is no end to the wonders of pizza; as we discovered this week, it played a pivotal role in the mobile industry.
MediaTek is now second only to Qualcomm in the LTE baseband market, which grew 27 percent in Q1 to $5.8 billion (€5.2 billion).
Chipmaker Intel is planning to push further into the Internet of Things market after agreeing to take over rival Altera in a $16.7 billion (€15 billion) cash only deal.
Qualcomm is working with Google to produce the first smartphone for the latter's Project Tango 3D mapping platform.
Avago Technologies has bought Broadcom in a deal worth $37 billion (€33.7 billion), as it aims to create a communications semiconductor giant.
Qualcomm has added two new Wi-Fi chips to its Internet of Things (IoT) portfolio.
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