Snapdragon 821 configured for VR
Qualcomm has officially confirmed that its Snapdragon 821 will be able to handle the Google Daydream VR platform.
No updates for Snapdragon 800/801 graphics drivers
According to a post coming from a ROM developer and usual HTC leaker, it appears that some older smartphones might not be getting Android 7.0 Nougat update due to an alleged lack of Qualcomm updates for Snapdragon 800/801 chipset.
Shipping in Q4, Note 7 supports it
Qualcomm has been very vocal about 4x4 LTE MIMO and its support for this standard. Samsung is preparing to start shipping its LTE infrastructure in Q4 16 and we also learned that the Galaxy Note 7 also supports 4x4 LTE MIMO.
Attacking the profitable server market
Today, most of the world server and data center market share belongs to Intel, while AMD and the whole ARM server conspiracy, sorry egosystems are making tiny contributions when and if opportunities rise.
Opinion: INTC goes bonkers
The CEO of Intel is trying to pretend that talking about virtual reality is masking the reality that his company has become irrelevant.
SON solves end user troubles
I still remember plugging the first 802.11a wireless card in my laptop and walking around the student’s dorm while I was streaming a movie. It was quite clear back then, more than a decade ago, that Wi-Fi would become ubiquitous. Now Qualcomm has solved a problem that has bothered people for a long time, they came out with a SON, a network that will self-organize and bring real plug and play to homes and offices.
Like four donuts
Some Qualcomm chips have four serious holes which allow potential attackers to "trigger privilege escalations for the purpose of gaining root access to a device."
Looks like it will have a 5.7-Inch QHD Display
LG is going to following up its V10 with the V20 on 6 September and a few leaks about the specs appear to have surprised a few people.
Here is why
Intel, Samsung, MediaTek, Huawei and Qualcomm all claim the leadership for 5G and most of them will have a tough time to deliver on this promise. Nokia, Huawei and Ericsson - from the networking component standpoint - claim they can do great things with 5G.