Like many of you, I'm eager to discover how, or even whether, this new chipset advances the platform and makes it viable for day-to-day use.
Recent Qualcomm Stories
With Microsoft's new Surface Go a decided no-go on two key metrics, our attention turns once again to Qualcomm and its ARM-powered platform.
The next OnePlus flagship will feature 5G support, and that could pave the way for OnePlus phones at US carriers.
After the Snapdragon 835 and the upcoming 850, Qualcomm gets ready to take things to the next step with the Snapdragon 1000.
Qualcomm's Snapdragon 850 announcement is a bit more profound than is immediately obvious.
Powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, the HP Envy x2 delivers about 20 hours of battery life and always-on connectivity.
Citing national security concerns, the president of the United States has blocked Broadcom's hostile takeover of Qualcomm.
Broadcom last year launched a hostile takeover bid for Qualcomm. But now Broadcom is the potential target of a takeover too.
Qualcomm announced today that the three Windows 10 on ARM PCs that will launch this Spring will be supported by 14 wireless carriers from around the globe.
The European Union has fined Qualcomm $1.2 billion for colluding with Apple. So why wasn't Apple fined as well?
With Snapdragon-based PCs suddenly looming on the horizon, there's been a lot of discussion about the new platform's viability.
Qualcomm recently announced the Snapdragon 845, the chipset that will power most of next year's flagship smartphones.
Discussions this week have me wondering if Microsoft isn't secretly plotting a future for Windows that actually makes sense.
Everyone is understandably excited about the first Windows 10 on ARM PCs. But we have questions. Today, I got a few answers.
By taking on the best attributes of mobile devices, the venerable PC will live to fight another day.
We now have a clearer understanding of how ARM-based Always Connected PCs will fare compared to their more established x86 rivals.
Terry Myerson appeared at a Qualcomm event this morning in Hawaii to launch Always Connected PC. I have a few questions.
Microsoft is finally revealing the first set of Always Connected PCs powered by Windows on ARM and Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 processors.
Qualcomm, and not Apple, is the real innovator in the mobile world, the ARM chipmaking giant says.
If you enjoy the spectacle of tech giants circling each other in court like some old "Godzilla vs. King Kong" movie, then buckle up. This one has the potential to be a battle for the ages.