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Qualcomm's latest charging standard, Quick Charge 5, can take a phone from dead to 50% with just five minutes on the charger.
The Snapdragon Wear 4100+ bring sleep tracking, continuous heart rate tracking, and lower power consumption over it's two year old predecessor.
Qualcomm on Wednesday introduced its newest processor for phones, the Snapdragon 690. Key features include support for 5G and 4K HDR video capture.
Qualcomm's latest mobile processor, the Snapdragon 855+, takes the popular, and powerful chip and dials it up for gamers.
Qualcomm just unveiled its newest high-end mobile chipset. It's called the Snapdragon 855 and it will power most flagships coming next year.
The Montblanc Summit 2 arrives as the first smartwatch based on the new Snapdragon Wear 3100 platform. It's available for $995 and up.
Qualcomm has just released their brand new Snapdragon Wear 3100 chip for Wear OS watches with a greater focus on longer battery life.
Qualcomm announced the new Snapdragon 670 this week - check out what makes it an advancement in high-tier processors, and why we should care.
Dive into the world of Qualcomm's Snapdragon mobile processors. Find out the main differences in each of them and why they really matter.
The new Michael Kors Runway Wear OS watches are on the way with GPS, NFC, fantastic style, and more.
Motorola's latest, the Z3, is the first phone to support 5G network speeds but it comes with a catch. Here's what to know about the Verizon exclusive phone.
We've gathered up all of the juicy Pixel 3 rumors we could find in one handy place. Here's what we should expect phone-wise from Google later this year.
Qualcomm aims to revive the stagnant Wear OS platform with new chips for wearable devices. The new silicone will be launched this fall, alongside a flagship device.
LG just unveiled its latest flagship, the G7 ThinQ, which comes to replace last year's G6. But how well will it stand out from the last phone in the range?
Broadcom made several attempts to purchase Qualcomm, but that appears to be in vain. President Trump officially blocked any possibility of a deal.