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Sony Xperia Tablet Z Boasts Quad-Core CPUs and Takes Whatever Life Throws At It

Kicking off Mobile World Congress 2013 in style, Sony officially took the wraps off of its 10-inch Xperia Tablet Z, beckoning a new era for quad-core Android tablets and living up to all the hype.

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Inside the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 Theater

Qualcomm Chairman and CEO Dr. Paul Jacobs introduced the world to the new Snapdragon 800 processor series this week at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. To showcase these enhanced multimedia capabilities, Qualcomm built a soundproof, tricked-out theater at their CES booth.

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2012 Qualcomm Snapdragon Processors Holiday Survey Key Facts

The Qualcomm Mobile Consumer Survey was conducted by Ipsos among 1,500 U.S. residents within the ages of 18–50 who are the primary owners/users of smartphones and/or tablets.

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Hands on with the Samsung ATIV Tab

The Samsung ATIV Tab is one of the first tablets to hit the market featuring Windows RT, a completely redesigned operating system from Microsoft. Windows RT is optimized for touch screens and long battery life. Let’s check it out:

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Dell XPS 10 Flaunts Windows RT

The upcoming Dell XPS 10 is one of the first devices to take advantage of Microsoft's new, battery-efficient operating system, Windows RT. We had a chance to check it out.

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The Dell XPS 10 brings the Snapdragon S4 Processor to Windows RT

At IFA Berlin, Dell announced the XPS 10, a gorgeous 10-inch tablet that caters to both consumers and professionals. This tablet is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor, a fully-integrated, system-on-chip solution capable of running the gamut of Windows applications. Unlike traditional PC processors, a Snapdragon-powered tablet is designed to easily provide a full day’s worth of battery life and lasting days on standby without a battery charge.

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Samsung Joins Windows RT fray with a Snapdragon Powered Tablet

Samsung just launched a portfolio of new devices under its new “ATIV” brand, and among them is a pure tablet running Microsoft’s Windows RT and a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor. The ATIV Tab, as Samsung calls it, is a beautiful 10-inch tablet that delivers a full Windows 8 experience and features that intersects the lifestyles of casual user and professional. The best thing about a tablet running on a Snapdragon processor is that unlike traditional PC processors, a Snapdragon powered-device can guarantee a full day of use on a single charge, while lasting days on standby.

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Asus and Panasonic Launch Devices Featuring Snapdragon S4 at MWC

Mobile World Congress 2012 spawned a horde of smartphones and tablets that pushed the boundaries of design and features. You’ve heard the rumblings of what’s built into some of them, including cameras with fast shutter and autofocus speeds, large screens with HD resolutions, 4G LTE for lightning-fast internet speeds, and audio that can rival your living room speakers.

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The Snapdragon S4 Processor Unveiled

After much anticipation, the details of the Snapdragon S4 processor and all of its trail-blazing features have been announced in time for Mobile World Congress 2012 in Barcelona.

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Ice Cream Sandwich and Industry Analyst Summit

Last week Qualcomm hosted over 50 industry analysts from North and South America. Attendees spent a few days at our headquarters in San Diego to be briefed on current and future technologies. They also had the opportunity to confer with executives and product managers.

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