ComputerWorld investigates whether the Qualcomm/Android combo could be the new Wintel, you can read it over here.
"Wintel" is the term that for years defined Windows-based computers running Intel chips. Now a similar expression is emerging for smartphones: "Quadroid."
Quadroid is a term that refers to the Qualcomm chips used inside smartphones running the Android mobile operating system. The term, recently coined in a report by consultancy PRTM, could catch on, largely because Qualcomm provides 77% of the chips used in Google's Android phones. And the Quadroid alliance is expected to grow.