Qualcomm’s first 64-bit SoC is finally here, but swirling rumors about overheating and poor memory performance continue to smolder. Will the Snapdragon 810 burn up our benchmark charts or just go up in smoke?
China's antitrust agency fined Qualcomm $1 billion and forced it to lower its licensing prices in the country.
The 20nm Snapdragon 810's main problem may not be that it overheats, but that it overheats trying to achieve the performance of the 14nm Exynos 7.
LG contradicted Samsung and said that the Snapdragon 810 works just fine in its G Flex 2 smartphone.
Bloomberg reports that Samsung is completely giving up on using the Snapdragon 810 in its Galaxy S6 flagship device.
South Korean sources keep insisting that Qualcomm is facing overheating issues with the Snapdragon 810, which could lead to a delay that would help its competitors.
Qualcomm announces Cat. 9 LTE support for its Snapdragon 810 chip, days after rumors said that Samsung's next-generation Exynos SoC will come with Cat. 10 LTE.
A spokesperson for Qualcomm said the layoffs are not related to ongoing investigations of the company by the U.S., China, and the European Union.
Intrinsyc launches a "Qualcomm Mobile Development Platform Smartphone" for $800. Developers can now start to optimize their apps for Qualcomm's 64-bit chip.
With the Internet of Things, Qualcomm sees great potential powering growth in both the abundance and intelligence of devices at the network edge.
Qualcomm wants to expand beyond just smartphones and tablets into robotics, augmented reality glasses, edge computing and the Internet of Everything.
Qualcomm hopes to bring LTE to every smartphone user, from the lowest end of the mobile market, with its new Snapdragon 210 processor.
Nvidia is asserting infringement on seven of its graphics patents by Qualcomm and Nvidia and has asked both ITC and a Delaware Court to block Samsung's shipments and award it damages.
When it comes to mobility, ARM-based SoCs dominate. Join us as we take a look at where the flagship processors from Qualcomm, Apple, Nvidia, and Samsung land in the competitive landscape.