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Qualcomm adds Flash to BREW Mobile Platform SDK

Wireless solutions provider Qualcomm announced the availability of its BREW Mobile Platform SDK, promising developers a more open and flexible environment to create applications, widgets and custom

Qualcomm drops UMB development effort

Not surprisingly, Qualcomm said it was dropping development efforts around Ultra Mobile Broadband (UMB) technology, the proposed 4G path for CDMA networks, in favor of Long-Term Evolution (LTE)

Qualcomm drops UMB, focuses on LTE

Qualcomm announced that it was stopping its development of Ultra-Mobile Broadband 4G technology, and instead would put its focus on Long-Term Evolution (LTE) technology, as the demand for mobile

Qualcomm launches platform for low-cost 3G Internet devices

Qualcomm introduced a low-cost computing platform called Kayak designed to bring Internet-enabled devices to developing countries. Based on Qualcomm's dual-core MSM7 series chipsets, Kayak aims to

Qualcomm: Snapdragon devices will be available in 2009

Qualcomm is pushing its new Snapdragon chipset, which is optimized for mobile computing and mobile Internet devices. The company said there are currently 30 devices in development with the

Qualcomm posts higher profits, but cuts 2009 forecast

Qualcomm posted its fourth quarter and fiscal 2008 results, and the company had higher revenues and net incomes both for the quarter and the year in total. However, it reduced its forecast for CDMA

ADC shakes up WiMAX, LTE IPR game

We haven't heard much lately about the IPR issues surrounding LTE and WiMAX, but a new report from analyst firm Maravedis should shake things up a bit. The firm has recognized that ADC has some

Qualcomm slapped with $1 billion patent suit

Qualcomm is now embroiled in another legal battle over patent infringement. Gabriel Technologies filed a $1 billion lawsuit against the tech firm, claiming that Qualcomm subsidiary SnapTrack

Sierra Wireless announces plans for HSPA+ modems

Sierra Wireless announced it is working with Australia's Telstra, Qualcomm and Ericsson to deliver the first HSPA+ devices capable of peak download speeds of 21 mbps, which is three times faster than

T-Mobile, others file opposition to FCC's AWS-3 test results

T-Mobile along with AT&T, Nokia, Ericsson, Motorola, Nortel, Qualcomm, U.S. Cellular and CTIA filed comments that oppose the FCC's Office of Engineering and Technology's (OET) report that use of