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.
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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.
There’s been a lot of fuss in China about who was actually first to deploy a quad-core system-on-a-chip and how the term “quad-core” has been misinterpreted as the only component of the processor that’s driving performance.
Qualcomm Technologies believes that there’s more to a processor than the number of CPU cores. To prove this, the company came up with four side-by-side videos that show how a Snapdragon™ processor with dual CPUs trumps a competitive solution with Quad CPUs.
Qualcomm unleashes the world's first integrated always-on, low-power listening feature.
These new Snapdragon 400 and 200 processors make many of the most coveted Snapdragon processing technologies available to more people.
Earlier this year, Qualcomm announced the new tiering structure for Snapdragon processors, including Snapdragon 800, 600, 400 and 200. While the Snapdragon 800 and 600 processors are clearly targeted at premier and high end smartphones, tablets and mobile computing devices, the Snapdragon 400 and Snapdragon 200 processors take Qualcomm’s technology leadership into the mid-tier and entry level smartphone segments.
Is your new phone charging much faster than your old one? It’s not your imagination, it’s by design. Your new phone or tablet could have new Qualcomm technology that speeds up charging so you can pick up your mobile device and go.
The top performing Qualcomm Snapdragon™ S4 processor is the “Best Mobile Processor of 2012,” taking top honors in a prominent research firm’s annual Analysts’ Choice Award.
Hidden inside the upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 series processors is the Adreno 330 GPU—a graphics processing unit that can deliver up to 50% better graphics performance and twice the compute performance of its predecessor.