For Qualcomm, the Third Time’s the Charm (Premium)


It's been a year of highs and lows---OK, mostly lows---for Windows 10 on ARM. But Qualcomm's latest chipset promises to change that.

As you may recall, Microsoft first revealed its plans to port Windows 10 to Qualcomm's ARM-based Snapdragon chipset family two years ago. Then, in mid-2017, Microsoft announced its Always-Connected PC initiative, which would include all Qualcomm-powered PCs as well as a new generation of Intel-powered PCs with integrated cellular data capabilities.

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