Connected, always on PC—revolution or evolution?

It’s a game changer whatever you call it. In December 2016, at WinHEC in Shenzhen, Qualcomm announced that they were collaborating with Microsoft to enable Windows 10 on mobile computing devices powered by the next-generation Snapdragon. And although both parties said it would enable a mobile power efficient, always-connected cellular PC, and supporting full compatibility with the Windows 10 ecosystem, ...

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