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Qualcomm reported record revenues for the first quarter of its fiscal 2015 on Wednesday, but the mobile chipmaker warned investors that it's still struggling to make headway in the all-important China market. The San Diego, California company reported net income of $1.97bn for the three months ending on December 28, which beat …

  1. TJ1


    There, fixed that for you.

  2. Alan Denman

    Catch 22

    Qualcomm though its patents has developed a near monopoly on sales of chipsets harming sales and development of better stuff elsewhere.

    This (frand?) licensing scheme needs to be investigated as it intentionally or unintentionally really harmed the ARMs race.

  3. Shane McCarrick

    Hot, hot, hot.......

    Is it any wonder its being dropped from a few vendor's flagship products (its not Samsung by the way)- when it has such serious thermal issues?

  4. ADC

    Hardware failure

    Looks like some nasty dry joints on the demo board in the photo

  5. Mage Silver badge

    Innovator or Troll?

    Sadly Qualcomm bought some great companies and binned them, purely to have more 3G and 4G "IP".

    They too much have policy set by lawyers.

    Unlike a fruity company, they have done real innovation and R&D. Sadly though they are bit too much like the Oracle of the Phone Chip business.

  6. zanto

    What about the note?

    The note is Samsungs no compromise phone. I just don't see them allowing other android phones to out perform the next note. especially when the 64-bit versions of the kraits are unleashed.

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