Battery life is still the number one requested feature in smartphone purchase decisions.
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The Snapdragon 802 processor is the first commercially announced integrated SoC designed for next-generation 4K and 1080p Smart TVs, set-top boxes and digital media adapters.
Even though Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. (QTI) is a fabless semiconductor company, we still are very involved in the manufacturing process. Our Integrated Fabless Manufacturing (IFM) model allows QTI to address the evolving mobile world by working closely with foundries, test and assembly vendors, and even academia. IFM offers the best solutions for mobile processors through:
See what the Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 can do.
The rate of adoption of 4K Ultra HD home displays, if not the evolutionary pace of the entire Ultra HD ecosystem, may be accelerating because of mobile devices powered by Qualcomm® Snapdragon® 800 processors.
A bigger mobile device has entered the discussion...
See how Qualcomm Technologies continues to drive the evolution of LTE.
Using a smartphone or tablet powered by Snapdragon 805 processor is like having an Ultra HD resolution home theater in your pocket, with Ultra HD video, imaging and graphics, all built for mobile.
In our fourth blog post on smartphone power and battery life, we will explore the innovations around connectivity and how they deliver a better user experience. Our previous posts can be found below.
This blog installment continues our series on smartphone power and dives deeper into the power and performance management of Krait CPUs inside Snapdragon processors.
In our second blog post on the power and thermal challenges that face modern devices, we will explore the current trends in the industry and the technologies and innovations that make them possible.
Imagine the convenience of being able to connect wirelessly to all the USB peripherals of your choice using your mobile device. That would open up a lot of possibilities. With devices powered by next generation Snapdragon processors next year, you will be able to do just that with what we call Snapdragon USB Over Wi-Fi.
New mobile video demonstrations based on Snapdragon 800 processors were unveiled at Uplinq 2013. Check'em out!
The days of worrying about being off the grid during travel are officially over, thanks to the commercial launch of the first wireless routers featuring Qualcomm Technologies’ third-generation, 4G LTE modem solution.
The interns may have the answer.
Earlier this summer, the 2013 Intern Idea Quest kicked off by challenging Qualcomm’s U.S.-based interns to imagine Qualcomm’s next big idea, and to develop a ground-breaking concept. More than 110 entries were submitted, and after weeks of deliberation by employee judges, 10 of the best entries were selected for the final showcase, slated for August 8, at Qualcomm’s main campus café.
Whether it is your smartphone, your tablet, your router or your car, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. is helping connect devices with its Qualcomm Gobi™ modems and Qualcomm Snapdragon™ processors which feature integrated modems, in many places around you.
Last week we alerted you that Qualcomm was invited to sit on the hot seat at Tom's Hardware for their third session of Ask Me Anything—an open forum designed to allow tech enthusiasts and the curious to ask featured companies anything they want.
This month, E3—the pinnacle of gamer tradeshows—took place in Los Angeles, California. While the traditional console gaming action took place inside the Staples Center, the Qualcomm booth and mobile gaming was kickin’… where else? Outside of course—because mobile gaming can take place anywhere.