LeTV, a Chinese company that has only started producing smartphones this year, is already teasing its next major release -- which will be built around the exciting new Snapdragon 820 processor, if the teaser image is anything to go by.
Qualcomm says it has solved the problem of enabling wireless charging on phones with metal bodies, and has made the technology available to its partners today. However, the ongoing standards battle may hold back adoption.
Qualcomm has quietly introduced a revised version of the Snapdragon 810 processor, which may cure problems with overheating, and it's being used in a variety of phones already, including the HTC One M9.
The innovative 3D mapping technology could power the augmented- and virtual-reality experiences of the future, and it's coming to a reference smartphone device before the end of the year.
Qualcomm's latest futuristic tech is an ultrasound fingerprint sensor that reads through layers of your skin for more accuracy and security. The technology works with the Snapdragon 810 processor.
In a likely effort to curb Qualcomm's success, China imposed a $1 billion fine on the company. Both Qualcomm and China agreed to the settlement, which stemmed from China accusing the chipmaker of imposing anti-competitive licensing practices.
Microsoft, Sony, Motorola, and Oppo are all working on new mobile devices which use the Snapdragon 810 processor, ready for release later this year, according to a document released by Qualcomm.
Qualcomm has come out in defense of its Snapdragon 810 processor, saying there are no problems with the chip. However, there is one company that doesn't agree, and is unlikely to use the 810 in its next big smartphone release.
Qualcomm wants the Snapdragon processor you have in your phone to power the Internet of Things, and it has revealed how connecting even the most mundane city objects to the Internet can be hugely beneficial. Here are three examples.
Get ready for yet another sky-based broadband-for-the-masses project. Following Facebook and Google is Virgin, which, together with Qualcomm, is investing in satellite firm OneWeb in a bid to bring Internet connectivity to remote parts of the world.
Qualcomm has taken to Twitter and teased the arrival of a new smartphone. It hasn't named the mysterious device, but a picture hints it will boast a set of rear mounted controls - a familiar characteristic of modern LG phones.
The first FIA Formula E Grand Prix was held over the weekend, and it also served as the debut for two special safety cars. The BMW i3 and i8 were dressed up in official garb for the race, and a telecomm borrowed a Formula E racer to promote its wireless…
Qualcomm has announced the Snapdragon 210 processor, and while it's not its most powerful chip, it's still exciting. The cheap chip could bring 4G LTE connectivity to smartphones costing less than $100, and low-cost tablets too.
AllJoyn promises to unite the smart home under one common language, but there’s one problem: A handful of companies refuse to get join. Here’s why they’re holding out, and what it means for your connected dream home.