Microsoft's move to put Office on non-Windows tablets could improve attach rates for Qualcomm's LTE chips. Or so Qualcomm hopes.
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The chip maker's chief executive said its partners' strong smartphone and tablet sales helped drive the record quarterly results, but missed on estimates. Its Q2 outlook also missed estimates.
Local manufacturer CCE will use Qualcomm's reference designs to produce two tablet versions with its Snapdragon processor
Qualcomm is largely running away with the smartphone and tablet field. Analysts are openly wondering if there's any competition for Qualcomm.
At Qualcomm's developer conference, CEO Paul Jacobs said tablets with its Snapdragon processor will be available when Windows RT launches.But will many hardware makers rush to challenge low-priced Android tablets, Apple's iPad and Microsoft's own Surface?
The Computex tradeshow in Taiwan is just getting rolling, but Windows RT devices have already been spotted in the wild. I had a brief chance to try out a Qualcomm reference tablet running Windows RT, and should get a closer look at devices from Asus and others later this week.
The London-based augmented reality start-up, which won a UKT&I competition for space on the CES 2012 show floor, lays out its apps and its ambition to be as recognisable as Twitter
The seven-inch tablet comes on two-year contract terms and runs the Honeycomb variant of Android
The arrival later this year of Windows 8 for ARM changes the computing landscape. In his CES keynote, Qualcomm CEO Dr. Paul Jacobs said Windows 8 will be a "game changer" for his company and he demonstrated a Snapdragon S4 tablet running Windows 8.
Intel's new '3D' transistor design will not, on its own, be enough to make Intel successful in the smartphone and tablet markets, Gartner analyst Ken Dulaney has told ZDNet UK
Smartphone software + quad-core chips = tablets 2.0?
The company has unveiled a virtualisation-based security product for mobile hardware makers to build into devices, which it expects to appear in a 'top five' handset within a month
Qualcomm will update its Snapdragon processor next year in a bid to garner more smartphone and tablet design wins.
Qualcomm executives said the company is set to ride a 4G wave as Long-Term Evolution (LTE) devices launch in January and the company embeds its chips into multiple tablets.
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