This week, the LG G2 landed, JBQ vented his Qualcomm-induced frustrations, ADM rolled out to users, Samsung asked us to save the date for the Note 3, while Motorola criticized competitors for not being “truly smart”. To top it off: Nexus rumors! It was a busy summer week, so let’s get to it!
Have you taken a liking to the Moto X’s always listening feature, but haven’t quite been as impressed by the Moto X itself? Fear not, as Qualcomm’s got you covered. Read on for more!
A Qualcomm exec accused competitors of simply slapping together cores, instead of doing good engineering.
Motorola revealed some more details about the X8 “computing system” that powers the Moto X and Verizon’s new Droid lineup. Extensive software optimization enables better performance with low battery consumption.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has been announced for China Mobile, except the device, GT-N7108D, is powered by a Snapdragon 600 processor instead of Samsung’s own Exynos 4. Curious to know more? Read on to find out!
Officially, the Nexus 7 (2013) features a Snapdragon S4 Pro system on a chip. A closer analysis reveals however, that the chip is very similar to a Snapdragon 600 proc, save for slightly lower clock speeds.
What makes the Motorola X8 different as an SoC? And is it really as groundbreaking as Motorola makes it out to be?
Qualcomm has put together a quaint little video of its take on modern life in a world without cellphones. I won’t spoil it for you, come and see for yourself.
In this Back to Basics edition, we take a look at processors. Dual-core, Octa-core, SoC. All shall be explained. Read on for the full details.
Qualcomm has filed a name trademark for a device called “Qualcomm TOQ”, which is described as a ““personal communication hub in the form of a wristwatch”. Just what is Qualcomm up to?