WSJ sources confirm that the upcoming Nexus 9 tablet will be made by HTC.
With the Internet of Things, Qualcomm sees great potential powering growth in both the abundance and intelligence of devices at the network edge.
Thanks to low prices and a gradual increase in both quality and performance, Chinese chip makers are starting to pose serious problems for Qualcomm, Nvidia and others.
Microsoft is rumored to be lopping off the Desktop portion of Windows RT, leaving only a touch-heavy Metro interface. But why bother?
Android L looks to be major, but how does the new interface, abandonment of Dalvik and the introduction of new features affect performance?
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.
Nvidia was at Gamescon to show off the streaming and big screen capabilities of its latest Tegra-based device, the Shield Tablet.