Qualcomm has announced the Snapdragon 410, its first mobile processor with 64-bit compatibility, which will also bring 4G LTE connectivity to competitively priced smartphones by the end of next year.
Qualcomm announced the Toq smartwatch back in September, and has now confirmed the gadget will be going on sale December 2. To enjoy its Mirasol color display, you'll need to hand over $350.
Qualcomm has announced the successor to its highly popular Snapdragon 800 processor. Named the Snapdragon 805, it promises to be even faster and provide considerably improved graphics.
A huge array of new processors have been announced this year, and while the technical ins-and-outs aren't all that important for all of us to know, you'll still want to be informed. Here's our guide to 2013's big-name chips.
Don't want to read the 70 page white paper detailing these plans? Here are the 6 things you need to know.
Nokia’s Lumia 1020 has drawn attention for its powerful 41-megapixel camera, but few people realize just how much processing power it takes to deal with all that raw data.
The third generation of electric cars will bring a host of new technologies that will erase our need for gas, like wireless charging as we drive, high-capacity lithium-air batteries and ultracapacitors that charge in the blink of an eye.
Windows RT was completely absent from Computex 2013, and analysts are suggesting that the upcoming release of a Qualcomm chip and the Windows RT 8.1 update is keeping OEMs from delivering any Windows RT-based devices.
Today at SID Display Week, Qualcomm showed off its next-gen reflective Mirasol display by way of a few product mock-ups. The power-saving screen technology will 577ppi for super-high pixel density.
Advances in wireless technology and faster mobile processors have Qualcomm anticipating a future filled with effortless connectivity, anywhere, any time.
New processors may help the next generation of smartphones handle more and more tasks, but the innovations Qualcomm showed off at Mobile World Congress 2013 emphasize that convenience is still key for consumers.
DTS' Headphone:X technology, which proved to be one of the most impressive demonstrations at CES 2013, will make its debut in mobile devices powered by Qualcomm's flagship Snapdragon 800-series processor later this year.
Qualcomm is launching a global LTE chip supporting every network worldwide, making it possible to use your phone anywhere around the world, including countries with 3G CDMA or GSM networks.
Qualcomm has talked about Quick Charge, a technology it has been quietly incorporating into a variety of smartphones for a while, which is said to reduce charging times by up to 40 percent.
A new "context aware platform" from Qualcomm is opening the doors to a future in which everything about our lives – from the apps we use to the places we go to even the sounds we hear – is harvested and shared.