4 hrs ago
San Diego Source
Company beams up test 'tricorder' for Qualcomm Tricorder X-Prize
Qualcomm Inc. may have an early contender for its $10 million prize for the company that can build the first "tricorder" -- a wireless, handheld medical diagnostic device similar to the one used by the fictional Dr.
11 hrs ago
Samsung Steps Up Investment In Rivals, Buys 10% Stake in Pantech
Samsung Electronics Co. is stepping up investments to beef up its mobile business, this time taking a 10% stake in local handset maker Pantech Co.
Tue May 21, 2013
Qualcomm, Samsung pass AMD in microprocessor sales
Qualcomm Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. each passed Advanced Micro Devices Inc.
Mon May 20, 2013
Bad News for Wal-Mart's Future?
This article was written by Claire Gordon and originally appeared on AOL Jobs . Wal-Mart tried to put a positive spin on its disappointing earnings report Thursday, which showed declining US sales.
Qualcomm: Dialing Into the Smartphone Revolution
The Qualcomm share market has recently been hit with unusual bullish activity. Call volume is performing 17% stronger than usual, and has more than doubled total put volume today for a grand total of 33,000 calls and 12,000 puts.
Intel Wins Samsung's Galaxy Tab
Thanks to a timely post from fellow InvestorsHub forum member, ideal_inv , I was pointed to some very juicy information regarding Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Tab 3, the Korean consumer electronics giant's premier 10" class tablet.
Sat May 18, 2013
The recovery standard for the Qualcomm workplace collection
No floor deck has been fastened on a frame made fro aother matching Qualcomm building in the crowd of workplaces built in and around Pacifc Center found on Pacific Heights Boulevard.
Fri May 17, 2013
FCC Proposes to Establish New Air-to-Ground Mobile Broadband Service for Airline Travelers
In a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking issued last week, 1 the FCC proposed to establish a new, terrestrial-based, air-to-ground mobile broadband service in the 14.0-14.5 GHz Ku-band, 2 providing multi-gigabyte broadband connectivity for passengers flying over the contiguous United States.
Thu May 16, 2013
Globe and Mail
3 top picks from Macquarie's Stan Wong
Stan Wong is vice-president and portfolio manager at Macquarie Private Wealth. His focus is North American large caps and ETFs.
2 Stocks And 1 Hedge To Buy, 1 Stock To Sell, What's Next For Market
The market, finally, made a move to the downside today after a slate of weak economic data points .
UC San Diego
Creates Center for Brain Activity Mapping
Responding to President Barack Obama's "grand challenge" to chart the function of the human brain in unprecedented detail, the University of California, San Diego has established the Center for Brain Activity Mapping .
Traders Hope for a QUALCOMM, Inc. (QCOM) Summer Stumble
It's slow going for QUALCOMM, Inc. options today, with intraday volume running at about half its normal rate.
Wed May 15, 2013
Global Learning names downtown campus for Jacobs family
It was pure accident Global Learning Charter Public School founders modeled their venture on a San Diego school started by the family of a former city resident who earned billions as an engineer.
Tue May 14, 2013
The China Post
TSMC's Q1 global sales growth on par with Qualcomm's
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. recorded the second highest annual sales growth globally for the first quarter of the year, trailing only U.S.-based communications chip supplier Qualcomm Inc., a research report said yesterday.
The Japan Times
Sharp sniffs profit via LCDs for Samsung
Cutting edge: Pedestrians pass a sign displaying the Sharp Corp. logo in Tokyo in March.
Mary Munns Healey, 66 and Daughter of Navy Officer, Dies
Mary Munns Healey, 66, died May 4 of complications from Parkinson's disease, among other ailments, according to Legacy.com . Known as Mimi, the daughter of Naval officer David L. Munns was born in Long Beach and moved a great deal in her childhood.
Five students receive $35,000 Jacobs Scholarships
Irwin Jacobs and his wife Joan Klein Jacobs pose with left to right Gustin Froias, GNB Voc-Tech, Dashayra Carmona, New Bedford High School, Katia Domingues, New Bedford High School, Alexander Papas, New Bedford High School, and Katherine Mentzer, Global Learning Charter School, the five recipients of this year's Jacobs Family New Bedford High ... (more)
Intel's Earnings Could Double At Full Capacity
Intel is a primarily a manufacturing company. They make and sell silicon chips. Like any manufacturing company, they need to keep the factory running at full capacity to maximize profits.
Mon May 13, 2013
Apple Inc. (AAPL) In China: The Details
Is it even possible for smart phone makers to build, sell, and market a phone in China markets while holding onto the smart phone identity? The answer is a resounding yes, as according to Business Insider the total cost of making an Apple Inc.
Four application development tools for Android
Android can be credited for the introduction of most innovative applications for mobile due to its open-source nature.