Federal court told Qualcomm to begin sharing its patents with competitors, as agreed upon under FRAND terms when the LTE technology was chosen as an industry standard.
Qualcomm announced new chipsets for the 802.11ay wireless protocol, which operates on the 60GHz band and offers significant improvements over its predecessors.
Qualcomm alleged that Apple engineers looked to its source code and other trade secrets to help Intel overcome performance issues with its iPhone chips.
Windows 10 laptops with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 chip were plagued by slow performance, but its Snapdragon 1000 chip could change that.
Production of the chips was previously outsourced to Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.--now it seems Intel plans to make the chips itself.
Qualcomm's new processor for Windows 10 PCs promises faster performance, stronger connectivity and better battery life.
Qualcomm today revealed the full specifications of the Snapdragon 845 VRDK reference headset. The company also outlined the developer resources that it provides with the program.
President Trump brought Broadcom's attempted hostile takeover of Qualcomm to a screeching halt Monday evening.
Microsoft and Qualcomm are marketing their “Always Connected PCs” as regular Windows 10 devices when they may not be compatible with many existing Windows apps or peripherals.
Qualcomm and its partners debuted the world’s first Snapdragon-powered Windows laptops from its 2nd annual Snapdragon Technology Summit from Maui, Hawaii.
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."
Hot on the heels of the official announcement about the forthcoming “Always Connected” Qualcomm Snapdragon 835-based Windows 10 laptops, Intel made its own “Always On” PC announcement.
Windows 10 laptops built on ARM chips are nigh; Asus, HP, and Lenovo have all pledged to build notebooks based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC. But we've heard all this before, haven't we?
Qualcomm wants every piece of the XR pie, on both Android and Windows (except for the high-end gaming segment). Here's how it's getting there.
What’s Tango doing on those new VR headsets? Put differently, what isn’t Tango doing on them, and why?