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2014-02-05 Qualcomm logs stronger-than-expected 4Q13 earnings
The company expects revenue in the fiscal Q2, which ends in March, to be between $6.1 billion and $6.7 billion.
2013-07-31 Qualcomm improves LTE-A/quadcore apps processor
The 8974 claims to enhance the 2.3GHz quad-core Krait 400 application processor, Adreno 330 GPU and the LTE-Advanced modem capable of supporting 150Mb/s data rates via carrier aggregation.
2014-07-04 Qualcomm buys Wilocity to take Wi-Fi lead
Wilocity, a developer of 60GHz wireless chipsets based on the IEEE 802.11ad standard, which is also known as WiGig, has been bought by Qualcomm to seal its Wi-Fi leadership.
2014-02-27 Qualcomm brings 300Mbit/s LTE Cat6 to Samsung smartphone
Qualcomm has conducted a live demonstration of LTE Advanced Category6 connectivity using a specially developed and modified Galaxy Note 3.
2011-06-08 Qualcomm APIs upgrades Web apps hardware access
Qualcomm will create APIs for geo-location, sensors, cameras, audio, augmented reality and its AllJoyn peer-to-peer networking technology, giving these Web-based apps deeper links to hardware.
2011-07-27 Qualcomm adapts gesture recognition tech
Qualcomm has bought IP assets from gesture recognition firm GestureTek to produce smartphones, tablets and home entertainment devices with human gesture user interfaces.
2013-03-01 Quad-core SoC, LTE slug it out in the mobile arena
Nvidia and Marvell are rushing to announce new smartphone ICs with the mobile industry's two new vital features: quad-core and LTE modem.
2015-11-06 Q'Comm reports dismal sales, smartphone decline to persist
The market dynamics hit Qualcomm especially hard especially because it is still suffering from the loss of a design win in top-tier smartphones from Samsung.
2015-05-12 Profitability of SMIC's 28nm tech still unclear
During its latest conference call, SMIC failed to disclose as to whether it will generate money from 28nm products this year as it ramps up its most advanced process technology.
2008-07-30 Processor battle moves to consumer computing
In principle, consumer computing devices can use any processor powerful enough to run a full-featured browser. In practice, however, two contenders stand head and shoulders above the rest: ARM, the champion of handsets, and Intel, king of the PC.
2013-05-13 Playing spot the difference with Galaxy S4 Korean, US versions
"With at least four different known incarnations of the Galaxy S4, Samsung is demonstrating its strategy of offering a mobile product that has appealing features and pricing!and then adapting the device to suit the tastes of varying markets or regions," said IHS' Vincent Leung
2013-07-24 Oracle plunges into IoT with Java ME updates
The Java ME Embedded 3.3 now includes Raspberry Pi and the Keil ports as Oracle takes on the Internet of Things.
2014-12-26 Optical sensors provide touchless detection
The TMG399x devices from ams feature six key sensing functions such as gesture detection and Mobeam barcode emulation geared for smartphones, tablets and other consumer electronics.
2015-05-06 NXP, Qualcomm to bring 'Apply Pay' to Android phones
The collaboration between the two will go beyond mobile payment applications for smartphones. They plan to develop new reference designs to expand the reach of NFC into other applications.
2010-01-12 Nvidia Tegra 2 processor targets tablet PCs
Nvidia unveiled its ARM-based Tegra 2 processor that appears to be aimed at tablet PCs and could show the future direction for mainstream processors to combine CPU, graphics and video functions.
2011-05-11 Nvidia rocks mobile processor market with Icera buy
Nvidia has announced that it has bought Icera Inc., a leading innovator of baseband processors for 3G and 4G mobile devices, for $367 million.
2011-09-08 Nvidia dominates tablet apps processor market
Among non-iPad tablet processor manufacturers, Nvidia is leading with 34.4 percent unit volume share in 1Q11, according to a report from Strategy Analytics.
2011-02-16 Nokia-Microsoft pact casts doubt on Finn's leadership
Nokia will make Windows Phone its primary smartphone OS and use Microsoft's smartphone developer tools. It will however struggle to differentiate its products from those of other Microsoft handset OEMs.
2014-04-03 Nokia pushes smartphones towards wider market
The latest Lumia smartphones release comprises Nokia's move for a broader market push, dedicating two models!630 and 635!for the lower tier market and the 950 for the higher segment.
2010-01-13 Nexus One teardown reveals few surprises
A teardown analysis by iSuppli estimated Google Inc.'s Nexus One smart phone's BOM cost at $174.15, featuring chips from Qualcomm, Synaptics and Samsung Electronics, among others.
2014-02-28 MWC 2014: Three things you need to know
Low-cost smartphones, wearable devices and the 64bit and octa-core mobile chips rush are the major trends that dominated this year's Mobile World Congress.
2009-10-13 Mobile PC arena gets more crowded
Scan the array of products targeting the territory between laptops and mobile phones and you understand why consumers' heads are spinning.
2012-03-20 Mobile is now all about graphics
Mobile systems are driving toward better graphics, better voice quality and quad-core processors, according to a veteran market watcher.
2011-12-29 Mobile investments more lucrative than PC in 2012
Canaccord Genuity expects to see continued strong sales of Apple's iPhone and iPad, despite the upcoming launch of a slew of competing tablets from competitors in 2012.
2014-01-15 Mobile apps processor battle rages on
Evident at the International CES this year was that the ever-increasing flood of features into mobile devices is keeping silicon designers on their toes.
2010-03-19 MicroUnity charges handset firms for infringement
MicroUnity Systems Engineering has filed a suit March 16 alleging 22 handset companies including chip, system and service providers infringe 15 of its patents.
2011-01-10 Microsoft's Windows 8 to support ARM
Microsoft Corp. has announced that its Windows 8 will support ARM-based chips. The move will widen support for Windows, which currently runs solely on x86 platforms.
2010-03-05 Mentor CEO warns of soaring IC design costs
Chip design costs are expected to shoot up, but software!not hardware!is playing a much greater role in the problematic equations, warned Mentor chairman and CEO Walden Rhines.
2009-06-05 Medical, home net apps to propel mobile growth
Qualcomm Inc. executive VP Steve stated that much of the future for mobile communications lies in applications such as mobile health and digital home networking at the GSA and IET Semiconductor Forum.
2014-01-13 MediaTek's global strategy to benefit CEVA
CEVA's TeakLite DSP core, which is used in VIA Telecom's CDMA2000 baseband solution, will have its hands full on coming up with a big design win in MediaTek's SoC.
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