Apple sued Qualcomm today, alleging that the mobile chip giant owes it at least a billion dollars in unpaid rebates and agreements. Apple further states that Qualcomm “attempted to extort Apple into changing its responses and providing false information to the KFTC [Korean FTC] in exchange for Qualcomm’s release of …Read More »
The Federal Trade Commission has filed suit against Qualcomm, alleging that the company exploited its position as the dominant provider of baseband radios for LTE devices. In its brief, the FTC argues that Qualcomm used its position to extort higher royalties from smartphone manufacturers. The FTC asserts that Qualcomm enforces …Read More »
Late last year, Qualcomm announced the Snapdragon 835 would be its next-generation smartphone SoC. The new chip is built on a 10nm process in partnership with Samsung, but Qualcomm hadn’t unveiled much in the way of additional details. This week at CES, the company shared new details on the upcoming …Read More »
Battery technology has been advancing at a glacial pace for many years now, which has severely limited the processing power of mobile devices. Recent advances in charging technology have eased the burden a little, though. Features like Qualcomm’s Quick Charge mean you can get a substantial power boost with just …Read More »
This week, Microsoft announced a new beginning with Qualcomm directed during bringing full 32-bit Win32 harmony to ARM inclination regulating Windows 10 in 2017. It’s a poignant change from a company’s prior ARM strategy, and it could finally transparent a approach for a kind of cross-platform harmony that Microsoft betrothed …Read More »
Qualcomm starts sampling a 48-core 10nm processor, though is a marketplace prepared for ARM-based servers?
Just over a year ago, Qualcomm announced that it would chuck a shawl into a server marketplace with a 24-core server processor built on a possess tradition ARM architecture. Even during a time, we knew a 24-core chip was usually a prototype, yet it’s still startling to see Qualcomm going …Read More »