Qualcomm gets iPhone Modem chip contract
Published in Mobiles

But it may not last

Qualcomm looks certain to supply Apple with the modem chips for the upcoming iPhone, but the relatonship's future is not set in stone.

iPhone 6S is a dedicated follower of Qualcomm
Published in Mobiles

No Intel LTE inside anytime soon

Northland Capital Markets claimed that Intel might get up to 50 percent of all iPhone market in 2016, however we asked around and it turns out that is untrue.

Qualcomm announces Adreno 530
Published in Graphics

40 percent better than Adreno 430

Qualcomm has just announced the successor of Adreno 400 series and as we expected this new GPU is called Adreno 5xx. 

Qualcomm Snapdragon 620 looks promising
Published in Processors

Quad A72 at 1.8GHz and Quad A53 1.2Ghz

Qualcomm has announced its Snapdragon 620, a successor to the reasonably successful Snapdragon 615. 

Snapdragon 820 SoC next week
Published in Processors

Hail Hydra

Qualcomm is set to unveil its new Snapdragon 820 SoC on August 11 in LA and more details are being leaked than you would see at a Welsh leak recipe contest.

MediaTek's profits drop 12 per cent
Published in News

20 per cent lower than last year

The war with Qualcomm appears to have had its causalities amongst Mediatek's bottom line.

Qualcomm wireless  tech will recharge metal
Published in Mobiles

WiPower now universal

Qualcomm WiPower will now charge phones with metal cases, breaking a barrier which had prevented wireless charging on more expensive models. 

Snapdragon 820 chipset does not have heat problem
Published in Processors

Its mother had it tested

A research director at IHS Technology has found the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset does not have the same heating problems as the 810.

Analysts think that Intel should buy Qualcomm
Published in News

Fudzilla bugs them

The cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street have been mulling over the news that Qualcomm might spin off its chip making business.

Qualcomm mulls break-up and announces staff cuts
Published in Processors

We hate to say we told you so

Chipmaker Qualcomm is considering breaking itself up and firing 4000 people, which is exactly what our source said it would do last week.