Whenever you think of mobile computing, Arm is likely the first company that comes to mind, or it should be. Billions of Arm chips are used on phones, TVs, embedded systems and tablets. But they're coming for more.
Qualcomm pushes mobility forward with latest Snapdragon
Securing future Windows PCs
A lower-cost alternative to Qualcomm?
Arm rekindles the embers of Windows-on-Arm
Offering 25 hours of continuous laptop use
Apple's next batch of iPhones will arrive in time for the holidays
Full charge in 15 minutes, plus support for 100W+ charging bricks
Would you be interested in a horizontal-first smartphone?
Breaking the 3 Ghz barrier for smartphone SoCs
Wear OS needed better hardware, but it may be too late
Wi-Fi 6E connection speeds could be significantly faster than the best 5G
6GHz Wi-Fi should make wireless less frustrating in crowded environments
An overclocked Snapdragon 765G with updateable graphics drivers
As well as improved noise cancellation
Companies have a good reason to go with Qualcomm's other options
Will Apple want this 5nm part for its next iPhone?
Qualcomm's Snapdragon 865 will power the latest Android flagships
In the race to 5G, Qualcomm may have missed the boat entirely
Snapdragon 8c and Snapdragon 7c made-for-PC ARM-based chips
The company is also working with Pokemon Go creator Niantic on AR glasses
A scanning area of 600 sq mm can read two fingers simultaneously to potentially improve security
Integrated 5G is limited to the mid-range Snapdragon 765
Intel still has the option to continue making non-smartphone modems