Qualcomm has announced a major milestone for 5G, demonstrating how fast mmWave 5G is compared with slower varieties.
Qualcomm is looking to enter the consumer market with an Android-powered Nintendo Switch-like device.
Qualcomm is the latest to be impacted by the global semiconductor shortage, as the company struggles to meet Android chip demand.
Qualcomm is turning to Sophos to help protect 5G-enabled Snapdragon PCs, with its Intercept X endpoint protection.
Qualcomm and Ericsson have successfully doubled the range of mmWave 5G, completing a phone call over data 2.36 miles away.
While Apple may be looking to end their dependence on Qualcomm, the future is looking bright for the semiconductor company. In a press release issued today, Qualcomm announced that Netgear, LG, Sharp and Samsung are among 30+ companies building plug-and-play…