Derek Aberle leaves and apparently there is a conspiracy theory
The Tame Apple Press has gotten itself all moist over the exit of President of Qualcomm’s licensing division, Derek Aberle.
That must make its eyes water
Samsung is sitting on the Snapdragon 845 chips for its Galaxy S9 and not letting anyone else get their paws on them.
Deep into the soul of a frame
Qualcomm just announced the 2nd Generation Spectra ISP featuring active depth sensing module enhanced security, XR, and a better camera experience. To poke your interest, this ISP will likely be a part of the 2018 Snapdragon, the one that Qualcomm may end up calling Snapdragon 845.
Tells the watchdog
Chipmaker Qualcomm showed further details about the impact of the fruity cargo-cult Apple refusing to pay up on its licences and its modem competition with Intel.
Tim Leland predicts future of Augmented and eXtended
Tim Leland a Vice president of Product management, who is responsible for Adreno GPU part has shared a vision of his team on Augmented and eXtended Reality.
Snapdragon Neural Processing is public
Mobile chip maker Qualcomm wants to enable deep learning-based software development on all kinds of devices, and has created the Neural Processing Engine (NPE) for its Snapdragon-series mobile processors.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 inside
Google and Qualcomm are quite serious about their Daydream VR plans and the announcement that HTC VIVE plans a premium standalone VR headset for the Chinese market definitely confirms their commitment.
Qualcomm slammed a trade body which commented on its licencing dispute with Apple, saying that the Computer & Communications Industry Association was waging a "coordinated effort aimed at misdirecting" trade regulators.
Must obey our new Apple overlords
Intel has joined Apple in its war with Qualcomm over licencing, claiming that the chipmaker had demanded Apple abandon its modems in the iPhones.
Trust me, we’re industry giants
A group that represents industry giants has sided with Apple fighting a legal case Qualcomm has made has sent the US International Trade Commission (ITC) comments that take the side of the fruity cargo cult.