By Christopher Price on June 16, 2014
It’s no secret that I slipped out of the blogosphere, with little fanfare. I’ll explain in a few hundred (okay, a couple thousand) words what it was all about, and why Console OS is so important today.
By Humberto Saabedra on February 15, 2014
Qualcomm’s plan to expand beyond mobile devices stumbles as it cancels its Snapdragon 802 processor, meant for Smart TVs
By Christopher Price on February 2, 2013
Virgin Mobile puts its first, and only 3G mobile hotspot on clearance.
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By Christopher Price on July 25, 2012
Novatel’s latest MiFi is a mix of old and new. But, in a good way… we’ll explain. Nobody has tested this unit more than us.
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By Humberto Saabedra on July 24, 2012
The latest news on Windows RT centers on the first wave of hardware partners for the first wave of tablets and Microsoft’s initial structure for the platform’s forthcoming launch.
By Humberto Saabedra on July 6, 2012
Spanish telecom conglomerate Telefonica opens up on its goals for Firefox OS and how it intends to sell the platform.
By Yosun Chang on July 6, 2012
Now that the dust between Google I/O and Uplinq running simultaneously has settled, we take a look at the lesser-mentioned conference of the two.
By Humberto Saabedra on May 8, 2012
Amidst the search for more cash and the building out of its LTE network, Clearwire gets additional support from two key players in LTE that could trigger inter-network roaming.
By Christopher Price on February 8, 2012
As we previously reported, HP was under fire by the open source community for refusing to release the source code for the Android kernel that they accidentally released for the HP TouchPad. The Android kernel was based on Qualcomm’s reference Android source code, and was used by HP internally to accelerate the release of the […]
By Christopher Price on January 5, 2012
Qualcomm is preparing to announce GameCommand, it’s largest consumer-oriented announcement at CES. The app will rival NVIDIA’s Tegra Zone application on the Android Market. Tegra Zone and GameCommand are curated stores-within-a-store. The apps allow for gamers to pick games that are optimized for the device that they own, and take advantage of the graphical power […]