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Recent articles by Shara:

Apple's 2019 must-see list starts with its new TV streaming service

Next year could be more about services than the devices they're running on. → Read More

People are buying 4G LTE laptops

Lenovo has found people buy its Qualcomm-powered always-connected PCs more for their long battery life than the fact they're always connected. → Read More

New Snapdragon 855 chip could give Galaxy S10 portrait videos and double the photos

Here are six ways Qualcomm's new processor can benefits Android phones in 2019. → Read More

Qualcomm aims straight at Intel with 8cx chip, its first 7nm CPU for PCs

The new processor is designed specifically for Windows 2-in-1s. → Read More

OnePlus' 5G phone could cost $200 to $300 more than the OnePlus 6T

CEO Pete Lau's prediction confirms your worst nightmare: 5G phones won't come cheap. → Read More

No, Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 doesn’t automatically mean 5G

But Qualcomm says it's a platform for 5G. Confused? We break it down. → Read More

6 ways Snapdragon 855 will make Android phones soar in 2019

Think a 3D fingerprint reader, killer speeds and portrait mode for your videos, not just your photos. → Read More

How Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 will make Android phones soar in 2019

Think a 3D fingerprint reader, killer speeds and portrait mode for your videos, not just your photos. → Read More

Qualcomm: Every holiday 2019 flagship Android phone in the US will be 5G

That means only Apple could be missing access to the next-gen, speedy mobile network next year. → Read More

Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 will bring advanced features to 2019 5G phones

The company, which is hosting a conference this week, offers only a few details about its newest processor. → Read More

Qualcomm's next chip for high-end smartphones is called Snapdragon 855

The company, which is hosting a conference this week, didn't provide many details beyond the processor's name. → Read More

Samsung, Verizon will partner on 5G smartphone in first half of 2019

The device will use processors from Qualcomm, which is hosting a conference this week in Hawaii. → Read More

Qualcomm bets $100M on new AI venture fund

The company will look for startups focused on artificial intelligence for devices. → Read More

Apple says the iPhone XR has been its top-selling iPhone since launch

Greg Joswiak, vice president of product marketing at Apple, also tells CNET that Apple will donate $1 for every Apple Pay purchase at an Apple Store, Apple.com or through the Apple Store app from Dec. 1 to Dec. 7 in honor of World AIDS Day. → Read More

Your next iPhone might cost more because of US-China trade war

President Donald Trump says in a Wall Street Journal interview that he may impose a 10 percent tax on phones and laptops built in China. → Read More

Apple starts Entrepreneur Camp program to help female app developers

The company's new initiative will bring women to Apple Park for private sessions with Apple executives and will give ongoing support. → Read More

Uber stuck between a rock and a hard place with Saudi investment

CEO Dara Khosrowshahi says his company isn't changing anything in terms of its relationship with Saudi Arabia until more is known about the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. → Read More

Amazon hardware chief envisions a day when the company doesn't make hardware

Dave Limp also says the next focus areas for the Alexa voice assistant are cars and businesses. → Read More

Chinese server hack story doesn't convince chip CEOs

The heads of NXP and Ampere say it'd be impractical for China to insert spy chips into servers. → Read More

Waymo CEO: Autonomous cars won't ever be able to drive in all conditions

And it will be decades before self-driving cars are all over the roads, John Krafcik says. → Read More