Major Tech Announcements at Mobile World Congress

This week at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the largest mobile and communications trade show in the world, various technology companies are unveiling their latest developments. 's will cover all the key updates from the event and other tech news.

Qualcomm's Embrace of AI in Smartphones

In a strategic move to harness the power of artificial intelligence, Qualcomm is taking bold steps to integrate AI into smartphones. At the Mobile World Congress, the company revealed a range of AI software and hardware innovations.

One of Qualcomm's primary objectives is to enable AI processing on mobile devices rather than relying solely on remote servers, which are often driven by Nvidia's graphics-processing units. With the introduction of the AI Hub, Qualcomm is providing developers with access to over 75 pre-optimized AI models for deployment on devices powered by its processors.

At MWC, Qualcomm is showcasing AI-enabled smartphones like Samsung Electronics' new Galaxy S24 Ultra and Honor's Magic 6 Pro. Beyond smartphones, Qualcomm is eyeing opportunities in the PC market by leveraging the AI capabilities of its chips.

Apart from enhancing AI capabilities on devices, Qualcomm is focusing on optimizing its own technology with AI. By integrating AI, the company aims to streamline functions like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Ultra Wideband into a single chip for enhanced adaptability across applications.

Qualcomm's CEO, Cristiano Amon, emphasized the significance of hybrid generative AI, where on-device intelligence collaborates with cloud services to deliver personalized, secure, reliable, and efficient experiences.

On Monday, Qualcomm's shares saw a 0.4% increase in premarket trading.

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