Qualcomm looks to fix truly wireless headphones with its TrueWireless technology

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The truly wireless headphones are the holy grail for Bluetooth headset companies, but with the exception of a couple of models, such as Apple's AirPods, it seems that most of the industry is still trying to figure out how to make them work.
Qualcomm is trying to fix it with an update of TrueWireless Stereo technology that the company uses in its Bluetooth chips for headphones, such as the recently announced QCC5100 series. This could solve some of the problems that have affected the truly wireless headphones for some time.
The updated TrueWireless Stereo adds some small but crucial updates to how the headphones that ship with the latest Qualcomm chips handle Bluetooth audio.
Small but crucial updates on how the headphones with Qualcomm chips …

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