Qualcomm’s new wireless AR glasses might actually be comfortable to wear

Qualcomm revealed the latest rendition of its pair of augmented reality glasses, the awkwardly named Wireless AR Smart Viewer Reference Design. This name will probably change when the glasses are officially launched as the Smart Viewer is currently still in the prototype stage. Previous iterations of the glasses had to be connected to a smartphone via USB cable. Over time, the design has been refined so that Smart Viewer is now wireless thanks to the FastConnect 6900 System.
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Qualcomm’s AR glasses are now wireless

Qualcomm has announced that its wireless AR Smart Viewer reference design, powered by the Snapdragon XR2 platform, is now available for select partners. Freeing the AR Smart Viewer from cables marks a milestone for Qualcomm’s development. The company has also taken things a step further by making the device even smaller.
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These Are Some of the Fastest-Growing Industries in San Diego

If you’re looking to kickstart a career in San Diego, there are a variety of quickly growing industries to choose from. San Diego may be known for its beaches, fish tacos, and year-round sunshine, but the city is also home to many important industries that drive the local economy. From defense contractors to aquaculture companies, here are some of the fastest-growing industries in San Diego.
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Qualcomm’s Snapdragon “8+ Gen 1” salvage operation moves the chip to TSMC

Qualcomm's mid-cycle "plus" chip refresh—the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1—has been announced. As usual, Qualcomm is promising some modest improvements over the existing 8 Gen 1 chip. The company said the chip will provide "10 percent faster CPU performance," thanks to a 200 MHz peak CPU boost (up to 3.2 GHz now) and a 10 percent faster GPU. The real shocker is a "30 percent improved power efficiency" claim for the CPU and GPU.

Qualcomm's Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 Will Give Android Flagships Faster Speeds and Longer Battery Life

Qualcomm has unveiled two new mobile chips that are set to power the next generation of high-end and mid-range Android phones. The new flagship Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 upgrades the existing 8 Gen 1 processor that was announced less than half a year ago. It promises to extend battery life by nearly a full hour of use while also delivering faster speeds. It'll make its debut in the third quarter of this year.

Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 is 10% faster and 30% more efficient

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Why the digital transformation of industries is creating a more sustainable future

Three letters dominate business practice at present: ESG, or environmental, social and governance goals. The number of mentions of the environment in financial earnings has doubled in the last five years, according to GlobalData: 600,000 companies mentioned the term in their annual or quarterly results last year. But meeting those...