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Google Glass is back once again

It has been a long time since Google Glass last made headlines. Since scrapping plans for a consumer launch, Google has been reworking Glass with a focus on enterprise/business users. Now, Google Glass Enterprise Edition 2 has appeared, with a new design, better hardware and a high price tag. The …

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5G M.2 modems debut at MWC

We’ve been hearing a lot about plans for 5G over the last year. We know that a range of smartphones will be coming to support it but Intel, Microsoft, Qualcomm and others have plans to bring 5G to laptops and PCs too. During MWC, Intel and Qualcomm took the opportunity …

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HoloLens 2 might switch from Intel in favour of Snapdragon 850

Rumours surrounding Microsoft’s second generation HoloLens peaked in July, suggesting that the company was switching from Intel to an ARM coprocessor in order improve battery life. A new report corroborates these rumblings, suggesting that the mixed-reality headset will feature Qualcomm’s ‘Always Connected’ Snapdragon 850 SoC. The current HoloLens seen on …

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Samsung has plans to develop its own mobile GPU

Samsung already feels at home in the mobile market, dominating Android sales with its Galaxy line of smartphones, while lining releases with its Exynos processors anywhere outside of the US. Expanding on its in-house production, the South Korean company is now reportedly looking at producing its own mobile graphics. Qualcomm …

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Broadcom officially withdraws its Qualcomm takeover bid

At the start of the week, President Trump blocked Broadcom’s proposed takeover of Qualcomm on the grounds that it posed risks to national security. Initially, the chipmaker was scouring over the executive order with an idea to protest but it looks like Broadcom has withdrawn its bid entirely. The decision …

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