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Qualcomm powered Ying drone comes with autonomous navigation

Qualcomm powered Ying drone comes with autonomous navigation

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Qualcomm, the company that makes the Snapdragon processors powering most of today’s high-end smartphones, has confirmed it is now powering drones too with its first commercially powered model available later this year. The new chip, dubbed Snapdragon... >>

Qualcomm Snapdragon 820: What's new and why it will make your next phone awesome

Qualcomm Snapdragon 820: What's new and why it will make your next phone awesome

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Qualcomm has said in New York that its new Snapdragon 820 processor will deliver better battery life, more efficiency, faster performance, and more. But what innovations is the company promising with the new processor, and how will it affect the way you... >>

Real of fake? The amazing photos that will make you question whether anything is real ever again

Real of fake? The amazing photos that will make you question whether anything is real ever again

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Real or fake? At first glance the photo above looks like it could be shot with a standard camera in a Parisian apartment on a sunny autumn day. The light coming through the window looks real, the shadows on the floor look real, even the crimples in the... >>

Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 will make your next phone a data monster

Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 will make your next phone a data monster

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Qualcomm has expanded on the abilities of its next generation processor and it is a monster when it comes to downloading and uploading data. First revealed during Mobile World Congress earlier this year, the Snapdragon 820 chipset has plenty of standout... >>

OnePlus 2 confirmed to get 8-core 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 v2.1

OnePlus 2 confirmed to get 8-core 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 v2.1

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OnePlus has officially confirmed that its new OnePlus 2 smartphone will come packing a Snapdragon 810 processor. Rumours have been darting between processors, likely because OnePlus hadn't picked one until now, according to its blog. OnePlus has now decided... >>

How will Qualcomm technologies improve Daimler, Mercedes and other connected cars in the future?

How will Qualcomm technologies improve Daimler, Mercedes and other connected cars in the future?

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As a partner of the Mercedes AMG Petronas Formula One team, Qualcomm works closely with them to help ensure their cars are amongst the most connected in the sport. The team has dominated F1 this year and communication technologies are key to that success.... >>

Qualcomm wants to mirror Snapdragon success in your home, car, and the city you live

Qualcomm wants to mirror Snapdragon success in your home, car, and the city you live

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The Internet of Things is a complex concept to grasp. Firstly, it's called several things, including the acronym IoT and even the Internet of Everything (or IoE). It is also confusing because it's far-reaching and involves a mesh of technologies. But... >>

LG G4 leak reveals phone might be based on Snapdragon 808 instead of 810

LG G4 leak reveals phone might be based on Snapdragon 808 instead of 810

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It looks like LG hasn't given its LG G4 a top-of-the-line processor, and in doing so, the company might be gearing up to launch a flagship that won't break the piggy bank. LG, like most smartphone manufacturers, consistently works at improving its flagship... >>

Qualcomm Zeroth machine learning promises to help us find lost photos quickly

Qualcomm Zeroth machine learning promises to help us find lost photos quickly

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The days of trying to remember when and where you took a picture could be over thanks to a machine learning technology being developed by Qualcomm. The tech, currently referred to as Zeroth, has the ability to scan images you've taken and match points... >>

Qualcomm Sense ID is a 3D biometric scanner that will solve those sweaty Apple TouchID moments (hands-on)

Qualcomm Sense ID is a 3D biometric scanner that will solve those sweaty Apple TouchID moments (hands-on)

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Qualcomm has demoed a new biometric fingerprint scanner at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona that uses ultrasonic sound waves to capture even more of the minute details of your digits. The technology, called Sense ID, aims to solve the problem of scanning... >>