DigiTimes has uncovered a rumour that Qualcomm is planning to launch new premium smartphones under its own brand name.
Exclusive: Few others, Apple maybe
Multiple well-informed sources have informed us that there is a big uprising in Silicon Valley against the proposed Nvidia–ARM acquisition. We have spoken with people from multiple technology companies, and everyone - outside ARM and Nvidia - believes that this is bad for the industry.
With Qualcomm's long-awaited QTM527 antenna
Verizon is releasing the first 5G home router powered by Qualcomm's long-awaited QTM527 antenna.
TSMC chairman Mark Liu warns
The US-Chinese trade war is driving up costs and limiting the flow of ideas, the chairman of TSMC warned.
Octa-core SoC with Adreno 619L GPU, and Snapdragon X52 5G modem
Qualcomm has announced its newest Snapdragon 750G SoC which brings 5G connectivity to mid-tier smartphones with Snapdragon X52 5Gmodem, as well as providing impressive performance from an octa-core Kryo 570 CPU, Adreno 619 GPU, and 5th gen Qualcomm Artificial Intelligence (AI) Engine.
Analysis: Bad for everyone else
Nvidia will take over ARM, at least it has announced its intention and the market and the stock skyrocketed, demonstrating that this looks like it is an excellent move for Nvidia. Still, a semiconductor company taking over what used to be an independent API provider doesn't resonate well.
Pay up or we will continue to move overseas
The US chip industry has said that it will need $50 billion in federal incentives to halt a decades-long trend of manufacturing moving overseas.
Snapdragon 732G, 6.67" FHD+ 120Hz screen, and decent 64MP quad camera
As expected and teased earlier by Qualcomm, Pocophone has unveiled its latest Poco X3 NFC smartphone, a mid-range killer with some impressive specifications and aggressive pricing.
Even Qualcomm wants to be friends
The gap between Samsung and TSMC is closing and if it is going to meet its goal of being the world's largest foundary firm by 2030 it is going to have to do even more.
Will run on cheaper phones, thus spake Amon
Qualcomm has launched a 5G-ready version of its Snapdragon 4 chips that will run on cheaper phones, priced at $125-$250, that will hit markets in the first quarter of next year.