Qualcomm, Broadcom, Panasonic, Intel and Nitero signed up
WiGig (Wireless Gigabit Alliance) chips are expected to appear in high-end smartphones in the second half of 2015, accoring to Digitimes Research.
Promises better battery life, loads of features
Broadcom has announced a new smartwatch platform, designed to cut the power consumption in Android Wear devices.
Fires 20 per cent of its global workforce
Sees future in wireless connections
Mobile revolution eats its children
43 percent revenue share and growing
Smaller vendors get peanuts
First chips already sampling
CES 2012: 2Gbits per second
CES 2011: MBR1000 delivers speeds up to 12Mbps