Qualcomm now has a license to distribute Skyhook Wireless’ technology for Wi-Fi location
Qualcomm has entered a new world of computing devices, using its chipsets, reference designs and software specifications for a Kayak PC Alternative.
San Diego’s Qualcomm saw its Q4 profit sink 22%; the company’s estimates for 2009 don’t look too rosy either.
Loopt struck a deal with SnapTrack, a subsidiary of Qualcomm, that should dramatically lower costs for CDMA
Gabriel Technologies has filed a lawsuit against San Diego-based Qualcomm.
Broadcom and Qualcomm are at it again. Back to federal court goes wireless chipmaker Broadcom as it has filed a complaint accusing Qualcomm
Qualcomm has filed a patent application in India for a device that can be used to determine altitude of a wireless device in any environment
Qualcomm paid homage to some San Diego companies this week as part of its tribute to innovators in its hometown.
Qualcomm is teaming up with SkyTerra’s Mobile Satellite Ventures (MSV) and ICO Global Communications to integrate satellite communications into mass-market cellular handsets.
Companies in the News: AT&T, Qualcomm, Hewlett-Packard, Panasonic, GlenMartin, Perytons, JayBird, eXpansys
Seven is trying to make it easier for consumers to move between their business e-mail, personal e-mail, contacts, calendar, voice mail, SMS and MMS on the handset.
Qualcomm continues to gain traction with its ultra-low power display technology, mirasol, with two mobile device manufacturers signing up
Qualcomm’s Gobi chipset will appear in Panasonic’s line of Toughbook computers for the Verizon Wireless network.
Companies in the News: Qualcomm, Thumbplay, Cricket Communications, Leap Wireless International, QuickPlay, MetroPCS, Third Screen Media
A federal judge ruled that Qualcomm is in contempt of his 2007 injunction against the chip maker for infringing on rival Broadcom’s patents.
Toshiba is looking for ways to further expand its Mobile Strategic Initiative.
SAN DIEGO—The surprise deal between Qualcomm and Nokia to settle lawsuits over patents and royalties may auger a new era of competitive congeniality in the wireless industry.
No more summer of discontent for Nokia and Qualcomm, which ended three years of legal woes by signing a patent agreement.
President Bush yesterday signed the NET 911 act into law, spreading more power to the FCC, state-level regulators and consumers too.
Qualcomm has teamed up with other interested industry companies and the European research institute IMEC to study 3D integration and technologies for future wireless products.
Qualcomm and Broadcom are still duking it out in court over two patent infringement cases.
Sprint Nextel announced plans to launch a new walkie-talkie style service in 40 markets starting Sunday.
Qualcomm increased its Q3 forecast, saying that it’s seeing better-than-expected sales of wireless handsets that use the company's patented CDMA technology.
Companies in today’s briefs include: Ericsson, Meteor Mobile Communications, CSR, Tanla, Openbit, Qualcomm, Nokia