TSMC is out and Samsung is in for the next chip from Qualcomm.
Super cheap chips from Rockchip allows low-end Chromebooks to hit $149.
Qualcomm is increasing its focus in the entry-level and mid-tier segments by going with octa-core Snapdragon SoCs.
The San Diego semiconductor giant wrapped up legal troubles in China only to face a new set of problems.
MediaTek is expecting more profits from high-end smartphone chip market.
A gloomy earnings outlook hangs over Qualcomm’s otherwise solid quarter as company confirms a major customer has departed for the competition.
Qualcomm used its keynote at CES 2015 to show off the Snapdragon 810 and some of the non-traditional use cases for the chip.
Qualcomm’s latest LTE modem will offer users a bandwidth of 410 Mbit/sec.
Intel’s Atom-based CPUs will be seen on at least two Lenovo handsets in 2015.
Looks like we’ll have to wait a while for the first batch of Snapdragon 810 enabled devices to be available next year.