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Three tech giants to collaborate on advancement of 5G
5G is continuing its march forward after 3 major companies announced collaboration plans to expedite trials and wide-scale commercial deployment.
Experts meet at event to discuss India’s burgeoning IoT industry
India's IoT market is expected to grow from $1.3b in 2016 to $9b in 2020 - experts met at the third oneM2M Industry day to discuss the implications.
Seoul High Court declines Qualcomm's stay appeal - company to seek retrial
Qualcomm has reportws it will be filing an immediate appeal of the stay decision to the Korea Supreme Court.
IoT moves forward in South Africa with first ever Cat-M1 test
South Africa’s Internet of Things (IOT) aspirations have taken another step forward after Ericsson and Qualcomm successfully completed a lab trial.
Mobile World Congress 2017: A new smartwatch and mind-boggling fingerprint scanning tech
The watch designed to enhance the learning experience of kids and the latest fingerprint scanning tech.
Heavyweights announced to build Windows 10 PCs powered by Snapdragon
Qualcomm today announced the three flagship companies that will be the first to develop mobile PCs powered by Snapdragon
Mergers and acquisitions play major role in semiconductor market growth
According to Gartner, consolidation played a major role in the market share rankings, with several large companies growing through acquisitions.
Microsoft and QDT collab 'with an eye to the future' for the server market
“In collaborating with Microsoft and other industry leading partners, we are democratizing system design."
World’s first Gigabit LTE device launching in Australlia
A huge announcement in Sydney today from NETGEAR, Qualcomm, Telstra and Ericsson kicked off the world’s first Gigabit LTE device.
Apple vs Qualcomm: Two more lawsuits in semiconductor war
"Qualcomm is prepared to defend its business model anywhere in the world."
Apple's $1billion lawsuit against chip maker Qualcomm
“We welcome the opportunity to have these meritless claims heard in court."
Qualcomm is bringing the leading edge to the data center, exec says
"We are first in 10nm IC technology for mobile, and leveraging our expertise in ARM processors and system on chip design."
Qualcomm spends up large, nets NXP Semiconductors for $47 billion
Semiconductor manufacturer NXP will now become part of the global giant Qualcomm, after the acquisition was unanimously approved by company boards.
Telstra's latest network tests inch closer towards gigabit speeds
"The pairing of higher data speeds on the downlink and the uplink is a key milestone in the ongoing delivery of the ultimate data experience."
Kiwi born wireless electric vehicle charging technology hits the U.S.
A team at the University of Auckland is making waves in the U.S. with a wireless electric vehicle charging technology.
'The Red Team' discovers widespread Android vulnerability
"Since many flagship and non-flagship devices use Qualcomm chips and/or Qualcomm code, it's possible that hundreds of models are affected."
Israeli startup wins US$27 million funding - and Qualcomm backing
Qualcomm invests in Israeli startup Stratoscale and its next generation software defined data center solution.
Mobile malware on the rise, Qualcomm and Avast step in
"With the growing use of mobile devices and the valuable data they contain, malware developers are increasingly targeting mobile users."
Qualcomm acquires Ikanos, sets sights on wireless carrier market
“The combination of Qualcomm Atheros’ broad home gateway IP portfolio, and Ikanos’ advanced wired modem technology, will create a complete solution."
Qualcomm completes wireless charging first
Qualcomm has engineered a solution to allow wireless charging with metal exteriors, making it the first company to do so.
Qualcomm to cut spending by billions, staff by thousands
Qualcomm plans to cut approximately $1.4 billion in spending to ‘aggressively right-size cost structure’, cut staff, and split its business into two.
Intel enters 22nd year of semiconductor dominance…
"After a weak start to 2013 due to excess inventory, revenue growth strengthened during the second and third quarters before leveling off during the fourth quarter."