Another day, another story pertaining to the ongoing patent disputes between technology giants Apple and Samsung.
From video streaming and web browsing to photo-sharing and gaming, it's clear that Samsung wants its VR products to be more than expensive paper weights.
Samsung announced the 8LPP process generations, which should serve as a stop-gap until the company is ready to launch the first-ever 7nm EUV generation.
Google announced some incremental updates to its Daydream View VR HMD, including some tweaks to the optics.
When Apple revealed the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X, we learned more about the A11 Bionic SoC's powerful CPU, GPU, and ISP that enable high-quality AR content.
Huawei CEO Richard Yu announced the company’s new Kirin 970 SoC (system on a chip) with built-in AI capabilities at IFA, Europe's biggest tech show held each year in Berlin.
Asus won the race to build a smartphone that supports both Google Tango and Google Daydream VR. And it has rather extreme specs.
The security company explained what information is at risk, how that data is exfiltrated, and, in some cases, where the servers used to store this "private" info are located.
But the company won't back down--chief executive Steve Mollenkopf said on an earnings call that Qualcomm will "appropriately defend the tremendous value that our innovations bring to this industry."