Google Reportedly Planning Nexus 7 Upgrade Launch for July
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published April 03, 2013
The new tablet is said to feature a Qualcomm processor and could retail for as little as $150.
Tags: Google, Android, tablet, processor, Qualcomm, Nexus 7
Microsoft's Ballmer Makes Surprise Appearance at CES
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published January 09, 2013
After vowing not to do another CES keynote, Microsoft's CEO crashed the party.
Tags: Windows, Microsoft, mobile, chips, steve ballmer, CES, Qualcomm, tablets
Qualcomm Acquires Atheros for $3.1 billion
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published January 05, 2011
Qualcomm acquires Wi-Fi vendor, making a major play for enterprise and consumer Wi-Fi as convergence between cellular and Wi-Fi access continues.
Tags: mobile, Wi-Fi, acquisitions, Qualcomm, Wi-Fi Network Management
Qualcomm Eyes NextGen Mobile Internet Devices
By Larry Barrett | Article Published January 08, 2010
CEO Paul Jacobs says his Snapdragon chipsets will power the next generation of consumer electronics devices geared for the mobile Internet.
Tags: wireless, mobile, smartphones, smartbook, Qualcomm
Qualcomm Unveils Multi-Mode Wireless Chips
By - Reuters | Article Published November 12, 2009
Qualcomm has begun providing multi-mode high-speed wireless chips to customers on a trial basis as it looks to cash in on the move to next generation wireless services.
Tags: wireless, network, Verizon, Qualcomm
Sony Ericsson Announces Android Phone
By - Reuters | Article Published November 03, 2009
Google's Android has gained this year as mobile phone vendors look for ways to compete with Apple's iPhone.
Tags: Google, operating system, Android, iPhone, Qualcomm
Nokia Claim Against iPhone Could Reach $1 Billion
By - Reuters | Article Published October 26, 2009
Apple could be liable for up to $1 billion if it loses a lawsuit over iPhone technology brought by Nokia, analysts said.
Tags: wireless, iPhone, network, Qualcomm
Marvell Takes on Intel, nVidia
By Andy Patrizio | Article Published October 19, 2009
Marvell's release of four new ARM-based designs -- for everything from smartphones to HDTVs -- competes directly with the better known chipmakers.
Tags: Google, Microsoft, wireless, chips, Qualcomm
Cell Phone 'Cloud' Apps: 1B by 2014
By David Needle | Article Published September 08, 2009
From a mere 42.8 million in 2008, a research firm forecasts more than a billion subscribers to mobile cloud apps by 2014.
Tags: Amazon, Google, services, consumer, Qualcomm
T-Mobile Dash 3G Smartphone: Good Keyboard, Small Screen
By Naomi Graychase | Article Published July 28, 2009
The T-Mobile Dash 3G smartphone gets two thumbs up from our Wi-Fi guru.
Tags: Google, Microsoft, Verizon, Qualcomm, recycling
Mobile Unit Allies: Nokia and Intel
By - Reuters | Article Published June 24, 2009
Angling for a break in the all-important mobile market, Intel joins with Nokia.
Tags: wireless, chips, Intel, Nokia, Qualcomm
Verizon to Offer HP Netbooks
By - Reuters | Article Published May 15, 2009
The HP netbook is priced at $199.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate and with a new two-year activation on a mobile broadband plan.
Tags: wireless, netbooks, HP, Verizon, Qualcomm
Chips Sales Still Downbeat
By Andy Patrizio | Article Published April 06, 2009
The first quarter of 2009 wasn't much better than the remarkably bad 2008.
Tags: services, chips, Intel, economy, Qualcomm
Mobile Phone World in Flux
By David Needle | Article Published March 19, 2009
The world of the once lowly cell is teeming with new innovations, including targeted apps and enterprise tools.
Tags: wireless, iPhone, mobile apps, Qualcomm, RIM
Intel and nVidia Tout Mobile Plans at GSMA
By Andy Patrizio | Article Published February 16, 2009
The titans of chips aren't allowing the downturn to discourage them they're planning the next chapter in handhelds.
Tags: Google, chips, Intel, AMD, Qualcomm
Android: One Mobile OS to Rule Them All?
By Judy Mottl | Article Published October 11, 2008
Forget smartphones: Android could move into the far larger, low-end mobile market, sparking more change in an already turbulent industry.
Tags: Google, wireless, Intel, Qualcomm, carriers