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Report: Apple planning to unveil iPad 2 March 2

Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) is planning to reveal the iPad 2 on March 2 during an event in San Francisco, according to All Things Digital, which cited multiple sources. This next generation of the iPad is

Why multi-core processors are the future of tablets

The 2011 iteration of Mobile World Congress (MWC) has just ended and, as expected, the lines between smartphones and tablets have become more blurred as computer makers unveiled tablets with mobile

Nvidia: Tablets running on quad-core Tegra should start shipping in August

Tablets running on Nvidia's new quad-core Tegra mobile processor should begin shipping in August, says the chip company. Code-named Project Kal-El, this newest generation Tegra was first demonstrated

Opera Mini browser to ship worldwide across Qualcomm's Brew MP

BARCELONA, Spain--Qualcomm will incorporate Opera Software's popular Opera Mini browser into handsets running its Brew MP platform, promising a smartphone-like mobile web experience on mass-market

Verizon iPhone breakdown: New antenna design, chip

Investigations into the CDMA version of Apple's (NASDAQ: AAPL) iPhone 4 for Verizon (NYSE: VZ) Wireless revealed the gadget has a new antenna design as well as a chip from Qualcomm designed for both

Qualcomm co-stars with Creative Artists Agency on mobile apps venture

Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) will partner with influential Hollywood talent broker Creative Artists Agency to launch Creative Mobile Labs, a joint venture to build mobile applications developed in

Details of HP's webOS tablet leak; non-removable battery officially in vogue

Documents that outline Hewlett Packard's (NYSE: HPQ) webOS tablet plans have apparently been leaked. Dated last year, the details might not necessarily depict the released products, though they do

AT&T to launch branded mobile video service

LAS VEGAS--Thanks to the demise of Qualcomm's (NASDAQ:QCOM) FLO TV mobile broadcast service, AT&T (NYSE:T) will soon put an end to its AT&T Mobile TV service--the branded service the operator

AT&T acquires Qualcomm's FLO TV spectrum for $1.9 billion

Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) has agreed to sell the wireless spectrum underlying its ill-fated FLO TV mobile broadcast solution to AT&T (NYSE:T) for $1.92 billion. The spectrum, in the Lower 700 MHz

Year in Review 2010: Qualcomm shuts down FLO TV as mobile TV sputters

Mobile television appeared poised for a breakthrough this summer during soccer's much-anticipated World Cup event. With the vast majority of play unfolding during weekday hours in the U.S., sports