The company lost $4.2 billion in mobile last year but hopes these new chips will help turn that business around.
Samsung's easy dismissal of Qualcomm's Snapdragon processor highlights the chipmaker's weak brand power with consumers. What can Qualcomm do to raise its profile?
Sound waves aren't just for voices. They're also adept at priming your prints, and one day replacing your passwords.
High-frequency sound waves help this new scanning technology cut through grime, and make authenticating your identity with your finger more secure than ever.
The smartphone chips company also reveals plans for its next top-end mobile chip, the Snapdragon 820.
Some seriously smart camera features are landing on your smartphone camera soon. CNET tours you around what's coming down the pike.
Soon, we'll see a type of wireless charging that will let you power up a whole lot of devices at once, from an ordinary surface. CNET sat down with Qualcomm for a hands-on look.
Forget placing your phone perfectly on a pad. We demo wireless
charging that frees you from cords -- and constraints.
The smartphone-chip maker is introducing new classes for its radio chips to let customers more clearly know the upload and download speeds of their phones.
South Korea could be the next country to look into Qualcomm's business practices, following investigations in China, the US and Europe.
The chipmaker won't contest the record fine as part of the resolution, and agrees to make several changes to its patent-licensing business in China.
The pricey penalty would bring resolution to a long-running antitrust investigation in a country where Qualcomm generates half its revenue.
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