Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 benchmark tests have been performed on Qualcomm development devices, revealing impressive performance. Read on for more details and screenshots!
The GPU and mobile SoC maker Nvidia announced that it will make available its GPU and visual computing technologies for licensing by any interested company. The move will allow chipmakers such as Samsung to use Nvidia GPUs in their mobile systems on a chip.
Asus CEO Jerry Shen was at Qualcomm’s Computex 2013 keynote with the LTE-enabled MeMo Pad FHD 10. It apparently uses a Qualcomm CPU and not one from Intel.
Qualcomm has outlined some of the new features appearing in its Snapdragon 400 processors, including an integrated 3G and 4G/LTE modem. Read on for more details.
Battery Guru is a different breed of “battery app”. It tries to make power drain a bit more intuitive to how you live. We think the concept is amazing. What about you?
Peggy Johnson, an Executive Vice President at Qualcomm, predicts that mobile networks will need to carry 1,000 times more data than they do today. She also estimates that there will be 25 billion connected devices in circulation in the next five years. How will the mobile industry cope with the coming data tsunami?
Benchmarks from RBMen suggest that a new flagship Pantech smartphone will be using Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 800 processor. The phone scores some impressive Antutu results, beating out the Exynos 5 Octa Galaxy S4.
Qualcomm has shown off its new Mirasol display technology at SID Display Week, which offers a higher resolution and better energy efficiency than current displays.
According to sources close to Oppo, the company is working on a new Find handset which will be powered by Qualcomm’s top of the line Snapdragon 800.
Intel finally took the wraps off its radical new Silvermont microarchitecture, signifying a revamp of the entire Atom platform. Could this finally lead to its success in the quest for world mobile market domination?