President Joe Biden has signed the U.S. CHIPS and Science Act that provides subsidies worth $52.7 billion for the country's chip manufacturing industry and helping it compete against China.
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Microsoft has announced that developers will soon be able to build companion widgets in Windows 11 and leverage from Project Volterra and Hybrid Loop to build ARM-native AI solutions.
AMD has teamed up with Qualcomm to bring some of the fastest Wi-Fi capabilities to its Ryzen PRO 6000 APUs. This will lead to faster Wi-Fi on Windows 11 Ryzen PCs using Microsoft's Wi-Fi Dual Station.
Nearly all Android smartphones and devices packing MediaTek or Qualcomm with a Security Patch dated prior to December 2021 remain vulnerable to an RCE security bug that can allow eavesdropping.
Samsung has confirmed a massive data breach that led to its source code and internal data belonging to partners being stolen. It has assured the public that their personal data is safe.
Samsung has received certification from Qualcomm that its LPDDR5X memory can be used on Snapdragon mobile platforms. It will deliver big performance and power-saving improvements for smartphones.
Citing unnamed sources, a new report claims that Nvidia is considering dropping plans for its $40 billion Arm acquisition due to regulatory hurdles. Meanwhile, SoftBank is considering an Arm IPO.
Qualcomm's partnership with a group of industry innovators is set to exhibit a working smartphone that will feature integrated SIM (iSIM) technology, leading towards commercialization of technology.
Samsung may have drop the Exynos chipset entirely from the upcoming Galaxy S22 lineup as the latest leak suggests that the latest flagship from Samsung will be available with Snapdragon SoC globally.
Thanks to the end of the holiday season in the U.S., this was quite an eventful week in the world of Microsoft with news items ranging from CES to Windows 11, to Exchange Server Y2K22 bugs.
Qualcomm and Microsoft are collaborating to design custom chips and offer integrations between their respective software to drive the adoption of augmented reality solutions and the metaverse.
It's been a relatively slow week due to the holidays in the U.S., but there are still notable news items you might want to catch up on including a complaint against Microsoft in the EU.
Qualcomm's exclusivity deal for Windows on ARM is set to expire soon. This will allow other manufacturers to build chipsets for Windows on ARM. Native Windows on ARM support for Apple Silicon inbound?
Microsoft has announced that x64 emulation is not coming to Windows 10 on ARM anymore, and that customers will need a Windows 11 on ARM machine. The reasoning behind this move hasn't been detailed.
Samsung, Verizon and Qualcomm have announced that they've achieved 711 Mbps upload speeds in an in-lab experiment. At these speeds, a user could upload a one-gigabyte video in just 10 seconds.
Qualcomm has announced its first self-branded handset called "Smartphone for Snapdragon Insiders". The device is designed by Asus, costs $1,499, and will be available in August 2021.
Qualcomm Technologies has introduced its new 5G distributed unit accelerator card that will aid in the adoption of Virtualized RAN platforms. It is built to tackle the growing demand of 5G.
Qualcomm has unveiled the second generation of its 5G RAN Platform for Small Cells. FSM200xx is designed to power the factory of the future while also offering fast connectivity in other environments.
Qualcomm has taken the wraps off its Snapdragon 888 Plus 5G Mobile Platform, with a focus on AI-enhanced gaming and performance, allowing users to play games at up tp 144Hz on QHD mobile displays.
Qualcomm has announced that it is partnering with over 35 companies worldwide to drive the growth of 5G mmWave, which will potentially allow users to download a 120-minute 4K UHD movie in 27 seconds.
Microsoft has detailed the processor requirements for Windows 11, listing separate Intel, AMD, and Qualcomm chips that will be supported. It has also posted "hard and soft floor" system requirements.
Realme has announced the arrival of the newest addition to its line of smartphones in Europe. Realme users will now have access to one of the cheapest Snapdragon 888 devices available yet.
Samsung has introduced the Galaxy Book Go and Galaxy Book Go 5G, all powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon processors instead of its own Exynos chipset. The Book Go will be available this month for $349.
Qualcomm will soon be releasing a Snapdragon Developer Kit for Windows, a small reference desktop PC meant for testing ARM apps on Windows 10, powered by a Snapdragon 7c compute platform.
Qualcomm has announced the second generation of its entry-level chipset for always-connected PC. It comes with slight performance improvements, but still touts many advantages over its competitors.
Honor has reiterated its partnership with Qualcomm going forward and said that it will be launching a new Honor Magic phone with a premium Qualcomm chipset. Details are coming next month.
Qualcomm today announced its latest Snapdragon 700-series chipset for high-end phones. Among other brands, Honor will be one of the first to use the new chip, now that it's no longer part of Huawei.
Qualcomm has announced that it's making it easier for laptop manufacturers to adopt ultra-fast 5G with M.2 reference designs for its latest modem-RF systems. There are also some feature upgrades.
Google is said to be replacing Qualcomm's chipsets in its Pixel phones later this year with an in-house platform called Whitechapel. Two devices, including the Pixel 6, are set to debut with the chip.
On this episode of the Neowin Podcast, Rich and João talk about the big new Windows 10 icons that rolled out to Insiders this week, the new OnePlus 9 series, and Qualcomm's alleged PC chipset.
Fairphone released Android 9 for its 6-year-old Fairphone 2. It had to work around many issues to bring the update to the phone as it lacked support from Qualcomm whose chip is used on the phone.
Today, Qualcomm is announcing its new Snapdragon 780G 5G Mobile Platform. It's the successor to the Snapdragon 765G processor that we saw in a lot of high-end smartphones last year.
It's not surprising that Qualcomm is working on a successor to the Snapdragon 8cx chipset for Windows 10 PCs, but some new Geekbench scores have shown up on the company's database.
Qualcomm is planning to launch an Android-powered handheld console with a similar form factor to the Nintendo Switch, according to a new report. The console is planned for early 2022.
Qualcomm has announced the completion of its NUVIA acquisition. It will use the firm's expertise across its CPU products with products coming to markets after the second half of 2022.
According to a new report, Qualcomm is working on a new SC7295 chipset for Windows and Chrome OS PCs, which is going to be similar to the SM7350 that we're going to be seeing in smartphones.
TrendForce has said that 5G penetration could fall slightly this year due to a winter storm that hit Samsung's Austin factory that produces Qualcomm's 5G RFIC, a crucial component in 5G phones.
In a new performance analysis that focuses on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 7c, it shows impressive performance enhancements over competing products from Intel and MediaTek on Chromebooks.
Today, Qualcomm is introducing Snapdragon Sound, its solution for providing a better Bluetooth audio experience. It promises not only better audio quality, but less latency when listening.
Today, Qualcomm introduced the new Snapdragon Insider Program as a way for Snapdragon enthusiasts to get a peak behind the scenes of the product, extra perks, premium experiences, and more.