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Posts tagged smartphones.
+ Paul Jacobs Chairman and CEO Qualcomm on Flickr.

Qualcomm is not based on Moore’s Law, but Moore’s Law created the opportunity that created Qualcomm. We know how to get to smaller size nodes, but we see economic indicators slowing and we are worried about it — we can see the end from here.
If we can’t make cheaper transistors, we’ll look to other things like 3D.
— Paul Jacobs, Chairman and CEO of Qualcomm.

The chairman and CEO of San Diego-based Qualcomm was in Silicon Valley in August talking about a broad range of topics including the future of Moore’s Law, wearable computing and the explosion of mobile computing. The full story: Qualcomm CEO Talks Moore’s Law, Tablets, Personal History.

Paul Jacobs Chairman and CEO Qualcomm on Flickr.

Qualcomm is not based on Moore’s Law, but Moore’s Law created the opportunity that created Qualcomm. We know how to get to smaller size nodes, but we see economic indicators slowing and we are worried about it — we can see the end from here.

If we can’t make cheaper transistors, we’ll look to other things like 3D.

— Paul Jacobs, Chairman and CEO of Qualcomm.

The chairman and CEO of San Diego-based Qualcomm was in Silicon Valley in August talking about a broad range of topics including the future of Moore’s Law, wearable computing and the explosion of mobile computing.

The full story: Qualcomm CEO Talks Moore’s Law, Tablets, Personal History.

+ Maribel Lopez principal analyst at Lopez Research on Flickr.“They (tablets) are good at quick access to information, email and replacing paper, but they’re not replacing mainstream computing yet,” said Maribel Lopez, principal analyst at Lopez Research.
The full story about three technology analysts exploring the role of tablets moving into the workplace. http://www.intelfreepress.com/news/byod-tablets-disrupt-enterprise-it/6293

Maribel Lopez principal analyst at Lopez Research on Flickr.

“They (tablets) are good at quick access to information, email and replacing paper, but they’re not replacing mainstream computing yet,” said Maribel Lopez, principal analyst at Lopez Research.

The full story about three technology analysts exploring the role of tablets moving into the workplace. http://www.intelfreepress.com/news/byod-tablets-disrupt-enterprise-it/6293

18 Questions to ask before buying a new mobile phone.

18 Questions to ask before buying a new mobile phone.

Is AR (augmented relaity) transcending success of QR codes? At CES 2013, TeliBrahma Technologies shows new experiences they’re developing for smarphones (by IntelFreePress)

Posted 1 year ago. Tagged with CES, CES2013, Technology, TeliBrahma, augmented reality, AR, QR codes, smartphones, .

Analysts questioning how 7-inch tablets, convertible touchscreen notebooks will redefine PCs leading into the Consumer Electronics Show — Tablets, Competing Form Factors to Dominate CES 2013.

Tablets will take center stage at CES 2013, but Tim Bajarin, president of Creative Strategies, expects the focus to be on new 7-inch tablets. Rob Enderle, principal analyst at Enderle Group, says that these new tablets will face stiff competition from souped-up smartphones while more new 10-inch and larger tablets will be countered by new Ultrabook computers that convert from a thin notebook into a tablet. John Jackson, vice president at IDC, says this CES could reveal whether or not tablets remain a distinct device or is seen as a logical evolution of the PC.

As the first day comes to a close, much of these predictions came true, as there’s talk of high quality and value smartphones (and possibly an iPhone mini), marriage of phone and tablets dubbed phablets, convertible Ultrabook-tablets and adaptable table-top touch screen all-in-one PCs.

Value Smartphone Market Heats Up

Demand for smartphones priced at less than $150, lower than today’s premium smartphones, is spurring competition among chipmakers. However, in an interview with John Jackson, vice president of research at IDC, companies will take different approaches to success. He explains why some chipmakers will rush into the market while others may not. 

Full story: Value Smartphone Battle Heats Up.

China’s Shift from Explosive to Sustainable Growth

Technology adoption in rural areas of China today is comparable to Beijing and Shanghai 15 to 17 years ago. 

The View from China through the eyes of Intel China President Ian Yang, who has seen decades of dramatic change.

Video: Tech Changes Daily Life in China

Posted 1 year ago. Tagged with China, Emerging Market, Ian Yang, Intel China, Technology, Tablets, Smartphones, .

An Evening with Google’s Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt (by ComputerHistory)

+ In the U.S., wireless carriers are selling into the value segment with new LTE, or so-called 4G-ready smartphones. Verizon Wireless is selling a LG Lucid smartphone for $79.99 after rebate and with a 2-year agreement. AT&T is poised to release theNokia Lumia 900 running Windows Phone.

"It’s a race to enable aspiring users (with smartphones that have computer functionality) just as it was a race to connect them in the first place with their first mobile phones,” said John Jackson, VP of Research at CCS Inights.


Deloitte predicts that more than 300 million low-priced, or so-called “dumber” smartphones will be sold in 2012. That could reach up to 500 million units by 2015, according to Strategy Analytics.

In the U.S., wireless carriers are selling into the value segment with new LTE, or so-called 4G-ready smartphones. Verizon Wireless is selling a LG Lucid smartphone for $79.99 after rebate and with a 2-year agreement. AT&T is poised to release theNokia Lumia 900 running Windows Phone.

"It’s a race to enable aspiring users (with smartphones that have computer functionality) just as it was a race to connect them in the first place with their first mobile phones,” said John Jackson, VP of Research at CCS Inights.

Deloitte predicts that more than 300 million low-priced, or so-called “dumber” smartphones will be sold in 2012. That could reach up to 500 million units by 2015, according to Strategy Analytics.

Posted 2 years ago. Tagged with technology, smartphones, gadgets, Nokia, LG, Deloitte, Strategy Analytics, .
infoneer-pulse:

State of the News Media 2012 - Pew Research Center

A mounting body of evidence finds that the spread of mobile technology is adding to news consumption, strengthening the appeal of traditional news brands and even boosting reading of long-form journalism. But the evidence also shows that technology companies are strengthening their grip on who profits, according to the 2012 State of the News Media report by Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism.

» via Pew Research

infoneer-pulse:

State of the News Media 2012 - Pew Research Center

A mounting body of evidence finds that the spread of mobile technology is adding to news consumption, strengthening the appeal of traditional news brands and even boosting reading of long-form journalism. But the evidence also shows that technology companies are strengthening their grip on who profits, according to the 2012 State of the News Media report by Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism.

» via Pew Research

Can’t they all just get along? New “Intel home brewed” apps helping smartphones, tablets and PCs to Pair & Share photos and videos, and Teleport contacts and messaging.

New Intel Applications Connect Smart Phones, Tablets To PCs http://intel.ly/ql1BS7.