Lenovo and Qualcomm announced a new joint 5G PC effort at Computex called Project Limitless. Project Limitless will be an Always-Connected PC that relies on a Snapdragon 8cx ARM-based processor and Snapdragon X55 5G modem.
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Microsoft could be developing one of the first 5G PCs to hit the market if a report that the company is prototyping a Surface Pro with Qualcomm's Snapdragon processor — instead of Intel's chipset — proves to be accurate.
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Six years after Microsoft’s failed foray into ARM computing with Windows RT, its second effort with Always-Connected PC is now showing early signs of success. Microsoft partner Qualcomm told us how the Snapdragon 8cx might revolutionize your PC.
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Microsoft announced that developers can start creating 64-bit apps for Always-Connected PCs powered by Snapdragon processors. The Windows Store will also begin to accept 64-bit app submissions for Microsoft's Windows on ARM.
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Qualcomm and Microsoft teamed up to roll out its "Always Connected PC" platform at CES 2018, built around always-on LTE connectivity. Now, Sprint is cooking up a free data deal to lure Always Connected PC owners to its service.
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Qualcomm has announced Snapdragon-powered PCs that boast 20 hours of battery life and built-in LTE. These new features aren't just nice additions. They could fundamentally change how we use laptops.
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