Qaulcomm's new iBeacon-like technology may be the beginning of the end of near-field communications technologies.
Facebook Inc. continues to add new technologies to its social networking platform.
Qualcomm just launched beacon technology that will complement, not compete with, Apple's microlocation ambitions.
While Intel's mobile products have steadily improved, the company has yet to deliver an "Intel-like" blowout in this space. The company's 2015 chip code-named "Broxton" could be that game changer.
Qualcomm's $5 beacon device will likely increase adoption rates among retailers.
Qualcomm just announced a new 64-bit chip for - you'd never guess - the low end of the handset market! What does this mean for investors?
Qualcomm has introduced a 64-bit microprocessor for mobile handsets called Snapdragon 410.
Apple's iBeacon is poised to change retail, and it has a big advantage over competing devices.
Another analyst day gone by without Intel mentioning a word about potential support for Windows Phone on its smartphone platforms. Is this a mistake?
Mitel Networks Corporation (MITL) was a big mover last session, as the company saw its shares rise by nearly 6% on the day.
Qualcomm (Nasdaq:QCOM) has been reiterated by TheStreet Ratings as a buy with a ratings score of A+
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