The first MEMS display tablets due to arrive within the next six months, and could be a serious rival to LCD and AMOLED devices. Let’s take a look at how the technology works and what it could mean for your future tablet or smartphone.
Qualcomm has announced two new Snapdragon chipsets, one aimed at the automotive industry and one destined for smart TVs. The Snapdragon 602A is an automotive-grade infotainment chipset while the Snapdragon 802 processor is Qualcomm’s first fully integrated SoC designed for Ultra HD media.
It’s day zero of the International Consumer Electronics Show, one of the oldest and most important electronics shows in the world and the unofficial kickoff of the technology year.
We’ll do our best to help you make out the signal from the noise – here’s what to expect.
This week in your world of Android: Google rolled out Android 4.4.2, Qualcomm announced its first 64-bit chip, news of Nokia’s Android phone leaked, two new Google Play edition devices launched, the Nexus 5 received a design tweak, a privacy watchdog grilled Google over the removal of App Ops, and new apps gained Chromecast support.
Qualcomm’s new Gimbal beacons, Bluetooth-powered devices that retailers can use to interact with customers in stores, are now available.
Qualcomm is one of about 30 tech companies that are currently under investigation by the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) of China for their business practices. But why? Read on for more info!
Qualcomm has announced the Snapdragon 410, a 64-bit processor that will bring 4G LTE support to next year’s budget-friendly mobile devices.
The SM-G900S seems to match the description of Samsung’s upcoming superphone, with a 2K display, a Qualcomm 2.5GHz processor, and Android 4.4 on board.
The Qualcomm Toq smartwatch is now available for purchase from Qualcomm, though any new orders will have to wait at least a week before they ship. Read on for more!
New forecast data about the number of microprocessors shipments show that the global market for processors will rise to 1.50 billion chips by the end of this year, up from 1.21 billion in 2012. In the face of declining PC sales, the growth is due to smartphone and tablet sales.