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Pete Lau was excited to announce a big carrier partnership on 5G, but warns that the road ahead for consumers will be a tad challenging.
Ericsson helped with a 5G video call, HTC has a hub, Netgear has another hub and ZTE has a test phone. All of it's powered by Qualcomm.
It's here for 5G and cheer. Qualcomm has launched its latest systems-on-a-chip with a battery of artificial intelligence enhancements.
AT&T recently announced a 5G mobile hotspot for use on its burgeoning network... Sprint is following with a device from HTC.
A recent report highlights several Apple job listings hinting towards the company's possible future plans to develop its own iPhone modem.
The new iPhone Xs and Xs Max seem to be faster than the iPhone X, but it can't beat the speeds of the smartphone with a Qualcomm X20 modem
The new iPhone Xs and Xs Max are having LTE and Wi-Fi connection problems and there's quite an interesting list of possible causes
Intel says it is making great strides with its latest LTE modem which will likely go into this year's new iPhones and has its eyes on the 5G prize.
It's not the most exciting feature, though it will end up adding convenience to the next Pixel phones. But at least we know that a "Pixel 3" is in the pipeline.
It's the first chip made on a 7nm fabrication and is expected out on the market in late 2018. But it's not a 5G modem. That will have to wait until 2019.
If you're on Sprint, US Cellular or Verizon, your iPhone X should theoretically perform better than ones on AT&T or T-Mobile.
No Qualcomm LTE modems for any iPhone or iPad variants next year? That may have sounded like a far-fetched theory a while ago, but now it's possible.
Qualcomm CEO Steven Mollenkopf strongly believes his company and old-time ally turned bitter legal rival Apple will soon be able to bury the patent hatchet.
Different chips for different iPhones, but it's all the same since last year. So, what is up with Qualcomm and Intel and their modems?
The group behind Speedtest.net has crowned the Un-carrier as the speediest in the nation. T-Mobile, like other carriers, continues to tread 5G waters.
The Galaxy Note 8 might have the Snapdragon X16 LTE modem and the proper transceiver and backing SoC, but it needs more hardware than that.
Qualcomm's hope is that you'll get to use the hardware at the heart of it. What we believe to be the Snapdragon 845's modem is set on "fiyah."
There's a remote possibility that VoIP services can be used, but would the experience be worth taking up? That and more from KGI's Apple analyst.
Apple and Qualcomm are locked into litigation over anti-competition accusations and failure to hold to licensing terms. The situation has gotten messy.
The two are fighting over a patent contract. One side says it's been in place for decades and fuels everything tech. The other says it's anti-competitive.
But if you're a senior engineer who works in the commercialization department, you might not want to tout it on your LinkedIn profile just yet.