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  • Chip companies set to desert USA

    He is predicting some bizarre takeovers as companies try to avoid paying US tax. These include Qualcomm for ARM Holdings, Texas Instruments for NXP Semiconductor, Intel for MediaTek, and Cavium for Mellanox, all of which, potentially meet the IRS requirements for inversion, he said.
  • Intel - the WiMAX firm - plans to fix 4G LTE hole

    Already it has lost Asus which was forced to go to Qualcomm as the SoC partner for the next generation of ZenFones.
  • Google wants Divide to conquer

    The company had raised some $25 million from investors including Google Ventures, Comcast Ventures, Qualcomm Ventures, Globespan Capital Partners and Harmony Partners.
  • Qualcomm to write $US300 million cheque for Wilocity

    The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth rumour that Qualcomm is going to buy the 60 GHz WiGig chipmaker Wilocity.
  • 64-bit Android phone demand better than expected

    He said that he was surprised at the pace that 64-bit is now becoming mobile centric. Qualcomm, MediaTek, and Marvell are examples of public 64-bit doing well.
  • AMD will develop a 20nm process

    This is a turn around on AMD’s position a couple of years ago when it was telling the world+dog that it did not need the latest process technologies to succeed on the market.
  • Intel lucks out on Acer phone

    Instead Acer will be using chips from MediaTek and Qualcomm despite the fact that the hardware maker has been using Intel for its Liquid smartphones for emerging markets in Asia. This will be a blow for Intel.
  • Samsung's Galaxy S5 hits the UK shops

    Armed with a 2.5 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 it has a 16MP camera, the ability to combine 4G with WiFi for ultrafast downloads and a fingerprint scanner which acts as identity verification for online shopping payments.
  • US senators protect patent trolls

    Opponents of the bill include a variety of companies and groups that find themselves more often on the plaintiff side in patent litigation and deal less frequently with trolls.
  • Qualcomm announces Snapdragon 808 and 810

    Qualcomm has lifted the kimono on the latest members of its Snapdragon mobile chip range.
  • Smartphone is not stuffed

    Despite a belief that the golden age of smartphones are gone, Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf, its new chief executive, claimed the outfit is developing technologies that will drive continued demand for smartphones.
  • HP cannot stop taking the tablets

    The  new HP ElitePad business tablet features Windows 8.1 and 64-bit x86 compatibility  is HP’s thinnest tablet ever – just 9.2mm thin and weighing 1.5 pounds. It is a 10.1-inch diagonal Widescreen Ultra Extended Graphics Array (WUXGA) multi-touch panel that is outdoor viewable.
  • Qualcomm kills Snapdragon 802

    Qualcomm has surprised the industry by announcing that its new Snapdragon 802 System on a Chip is going to be canned.
  • MediaTek looks to US mobile market

    The new chip, which probably won't arrive on phones until late this year or early next year, packs many of the features that market leader Qualcomm has on its chips now. If Qualcomm can get advanced LTE features on its chips then MediaTek could find the market crowded.
  • Qualcomm about to have a China crisis

    US chipmaker Qualcomm is about to be bitten in the rump with a record $1 billion fine by the Chinese antitrust watchdogs.
  • Intel has 64 bits for Android

    Intel  is still struggling to find its way in the smartphone market, which is dominated by ARM. It moved to Android as the OS of choice for smartphones running on its chips, and getting to 64-bit could give the chipmaker a head start over rivals.
  • World not ready to wear computers yet

    Sony, Samsung and Qualcomm showed off new or recently launched smartwatches, most of which act as extensions to mobile, letting users check messages and appointments. But all they seem to save from doing is taking your phone out of your pocket.
  • Qualcomm confused over Chinese antitrust action

    Qualcomm's CEO Paul Jacobs is a little confused as to why the Chinese coppers would be paying so much attention to his outfit.

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