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Qualcomm reported to favour Chinese tech neutrality

A South China Morning Post report today cites Qualcomm’s president for Greater China, Frank Meng Pu, as commenting that the country should issue 3G mobile licenses based on the principle of technology neutrality to end the year-long head start for homegrown standard TD-SCDMA.

Qualcomm faces more litigation

Information Week notes that Qualcomm is the subject of a new lawsuit over patents involved with mobile GPS. Gabriel Technologies reported this week that it filed the case against Qualcomm in the US District Court for the Southern District of California, San Diego Division.

Qualcomm teams with Amobee

Qualcomm and Amobee announced that they are working together to offer mobile advertising on Qualcomm’s Plaza solution.

Telstra unveils “world’s fastest mobile device”

Australia’s largest mobile operator Telstra today unveiled what it claims is “the fastest mobile broadband modem on the planet” as the company provided further details on the imminent launch of its ‘enhanced HSPA’ (eHSPA) network.

Qualcomm launches 3G-based alternative to PCs

Mobile silicon giant Qualcomm has launched a new concept called ‘Kayak’ that it describes as a “PC alternative” that will use 3G to make Internet access more widely available and affordable in emerging markets.

Qualcomm releases new SDK

Mobile chip giant Qualcomm today announced the availability of the software development kit (SDK) for the company’s new Brew mobile platform, Brew MP.

Report: Qualcomm outlines aggressive plans for LTE chips

EE Times reports that Qualcomm has laid out an aggressive roadmap for readying engineering samples of its initial devices for the Long Term Evolution upgrade to WCDMA 3G technology, and expects to be sampling selected customers by the second quarter of next year.

Qualcomm test-drives MediaFLO

Qualcomm’s mobile TV subsidiary, MediaFLO, has completed its first driving test with Toyota allowing it to broadcast TV to the backseat of cars, reports mocoNews.

Telecom Italia preps HSPA launch

Just before Christmas Telecom Italia announced it will launch HSPA+ services in Spring this year.

Samsung to develop its own LTE, WiMAX chips

South Korean handset-vendor Samsung has begun developing its own mobile chips based on Long Term Evolution (LTE) and mobile WiMAX technology in a bid to reduce its reliance on external chip suppliers, a senior executive has confirmed.