Hey guys, Qualcomm wants some attention, too. The company announced today that it, also, is launching a smartwatch, despite the huge hype around Samsung’s similar announcement this morning.
New multi-mode LTE wireless chip will bring it into direct battle with Qualcomm.
It’s more than just bandwidth holding back the mobile industry.
Norwest Venture Partners partner Matthew Howard shares his views on what large tech companies can do to keep up with startups in a rapidly changing world.
Join us in July and hear from these guys on how they’re building and maintaining a fully integrated Mobile Experience.
Qualcomm’s newest quad-core chip will also include built-in support for 3G and 4G wireless data.
Qualcomm Life is committed to on-demand healthcare (like what we expect from our technology) and plans to pilot ideas for the future of health systems on their employees.
Apple’s in the top 10 for the first time ever, Facebook hits the list, and Dell sells more than Google as Fortune Magazine released its Fortune 500 companies today, ranking the top 500 companies by global income.
Apple and Google aren’t the only ones benefiting from the smartphone revolution.
The company will use the money to expand its efforts in charging devices without the need for connectors.
Unity is cutting deals with everyone, and that’s a sign that indie game developers are critical to every platform.
Editor’s Pick The race to buy a startup illustrates the hype and hopes for gesture-based technology.
Nvidia’s chips appear to have caught Qualcomm by surprise.
One way of getting a handle on the mobile industry’s trends is to look at how the floor space at Mobile World Congress gets divided up.
The number of ARM Mali licensees has now grown to 75.
The Tegra 4i has 60 graphics cores, five processor cores, and an integrated LTE modem for high-performance smartphones.
With $20 billion in revenue, Qualcomm is creating the mobile platforms that game developers will soon care about, if they don’t already.
Apparently mobile is the next big thing. What a shock.
The technical wizard at Broadcom shares his views on broadband technology with us in an exclusive interview.
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The strange and the weird stood out among a sea of oversized TVs and me-too products. Here are some of the weirdest things we saw at CES.
The 10 coolest things from this year’s CES.
Editor’s Pick A report from Rock Health reveals that investors are funneling more dollars into digital health companies as consumers, policy, and the health care industry evolve.
If Steve Ballmer’s cameo during Qualcomm’s CES keynote didn’t make it clear enough, the chip company has a very intimate relationship with Microsoft.
Paradoxically, the new, cheaper iPhones are supposed to come with a bigger 5″ screen and a brand-new form factor. And, a new CPU: Qualcomm’s Snapdragon.
It wasn’t too long into Qualcomm’s CES keynote before Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer jumped on the stage, injecting a dose of much-needed energy.
Editor’s Pick This year’s Consumer Electronics Show is shaping up to be strikingly different from previous years — and it may just hint at changes for the entire technology industry in 2013.
Apple’s troubled Newton was close to being the first smartphone.
New Qualcomm marketing executive says the landscape for mobile changes fast.
Intel and ARM are fighting the world war of the chip market. The battle is playing out in servers, smartphones, tablets and PCs.
Livescribe has created a pen that can capture writing, record audio, and then wirelessly transfer the captured data to a smartphone, tablet, or Evernote note-taking software on a PC.
Last year, Steve Ballmer delivered Microsoft’s last CES keynote. Now the Consumer Electronics Association has announced his successor: Qualcomm’s chairman and chief executive Dr. Paul Jacobs. And it has confirmed that Microsoft will have a dramatically reduced role at the show.
Guest Post Between the announcement of the iPhone 5 and the day everyone started complaining about Apple’s new Maps app, the biggest complaint about the new device was the lack of wireless charging.
Indoor location technology is going to get a lot more precise, thanks to a new alliance formed between twenty two technology companies.
Anand Chandrasekher, a former top executive at Intel, is bringing his talents to Qualcomm as its new chief marking officer.
Khronos Group’s new OpenGL 3.0 software will raise mobile 3D-graphics quality, leading to better-looking zombies on our iPhone or Android tablets.
Boston-based Fiksu will use the funds to expand its mobile app user acquisition platform.
Qualcomm wants gamers to know that it’s serious about them. That’s why the mobile chip maker is planning a record-breaking event at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) game trade show in June.