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Robert Triggs

Senior Features Editor, covering SoCs, displays, cameras, and everything in between.

Robert's Posts

What is an SoC? Everything you need to know about smartphone chipsets

Essentially, an SoC is the brain of your smartphone, but how does it work?
Robert Triggs5 hours ago142 shares

Microsoft Edge Chromium is already a viable alternative to Chrome and Firefox

Tired of Chrome and Firefox? Microsoft Edge based on Chromium is well worth testing out as your new primary web browser.
Robert TriggsDecember 14, 2019336 shares

Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 and 7c are bigger deals than you might think

Forget flagship announcements — the Snapdragon 765 and Snapdragon 7c were the big deals at Qualcomm Tech Summit 2019.
Robert TriggsDecember 6, 2019180 shares

Beyond phones: Qualcomm unveils affordable 4G laptop and 5G mixed reality chips

In addition to high-end mobile chips, Qualcomm has unveiled new processors for the connected PC and XR headset markets.
Robert TriggsDecember 5, 201916 shares

Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 and 765G bring 5G to the masses

The Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 and 765G offer 5G and cutting edge AI capabilities without the premium price tag.
Robert TriggsDecember 4, 201970 shares

Qualcomm Snapdragon 865: Everything you need to know

Qualcomm has lifted the lid on the technical details of its latest Snapdragon 865 flagship mobile processor.
Robert TriggsDecember 4, 2019134 shares

Why there’s no integrated 5G modem in the Snapdragon 865

Curious why there's no integrated 5G modem in the Snapdragon 865? Wonder no longer.
Robert TriggsDecember 4, 2019123 shares

What the Snapdragon 865 means for your next smartphone

The Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 promises lots of performance improvements, but what do these actually mean for your next phone?
Robert TriggsDecember 3, 2019471 shares

Qualcomm wants everyone to have a 5G phone, announces two new Snapdragon chips

Qualcomm's 5G-capable chipset lineup has two new entries: the flagship Snapdragon 865 and Snapdragon 765.
Robert TriggsDecember 3, 2019321 shares

A unified kernel won’t necessarily solve Android fragmentation

Google is eyeing up a generic Linux kernel for Android, but even that won't fix Android's fragmentation issues.
Robert TriggsNovember 23, 2019133 shares
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