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.
Yesterday, in events in New York and London, HTC unveiled their new HTC One smartphone to the world. The HTC One has a distinct zero-gap aluminum unibody with a 4.7" Full HD (1080p) screen and features the latest Android Jelly Bean operating system
Well, it's February, and that means awards season. You may be familiar with the big awards for movies, TV, music – but did you know that there are also awards for mobile processors? Lately Snapdragon™ processors have been at the podium a lot.
Yesterday morning at the Qualcomm booth at CES, we did a Twitter interview - or "Twitterview" - with Raj Talluri. Raj is Senior Vice President for Product Management, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and answered questions from users on Facebook and Twitter about the latest and greatest developments from Snapdragon™ processors
Smartphones with brilliant, oversized, high-definition screens are making waves at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show. The Sony Xperia Z and ZL made their debut this week, only to be followed by an impressive phone from another giant in the smartphone industry — ZTE.
Yesterday at the Qualcomm booth at CES, we did a Twitter interview - or "Twitterview" - with Rob Chandhok. Rob is President, Qualcomm Internet Services, President, Qualcomm Innovation Center, Inc. and Senior Vice President, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and answered questions from users on Facebook and Twitter about his vision for the future of mobile user experiences.
Large-screen phones that look a lot like tablets are all the rage. They're enormous, but they can serve as handheld HDTVs, portable offices, or gaming consoles. Consider the impressive two phones with five-inch screens that Sony launched at the Consumer Electronics Show this week.
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.
Brace yourselves - a dragon is coming. Not to a theater, and not to an enchanted little village. Nope, this dragon is coming to your phone. Well, technically - IN your phone.
Disappointed that the smartphone you really wanted wasn't under the tree? Stop worrying … and just snap.
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