Leaks suggest Qualcomm is aiming for the PC market with its Snapdragon 1000 chip
Qualcomm has been pushing into the PC processor market over the past few months by teaming up with Microsoft on the Always Connected program. It’s now reportedly crafting a new chip called the Snapdragon 1000 that’s purpose-built for upcoming desktops and laptops. German blog WinFuture.de has caught wind of leaked info that says the Snapdragon 1000 will be larger than its previous chips embedded in PCs, and will go up against Intel’s low-end Y- and U-series Core processors. It’s slated to use ARM’s new Cortex-A76 architecture for a major boost in speed and efficiency, and draw 12W of power for… This story continues at The Next Web
It’s been roughly a year since Hurricane Maria — the tenth-most intense Atlantic hurricane on record — devastated the island of Puerto Rico. The storm killed more than 2,900 people, left millions of homes and businesses without power, and caused an estimated $8 billion in damage. It’s the worst natural disaster on record in Peurto Rico’s history. […]
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