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May 2011 (10)

Small and powerful… HP Veer powered by Snapdragon is here

Have you been looking for a stylish and easily pocketable mobile device , which doesn’t compromise on functionality? If so, then you’ll need to add the HP Veer to your list. Arriving this week at AT&T, the HP Veer packs power in a small design, fitting comfortably in the palm of the hand.

May 20, 2011 by Anita Hix

What makes Snapdragon mobile processors tick? Listen for yourself.

If you’re like me and you channel your inner geek, I bet you’ve always wondered what makes Snapdragon mobile processors tick. Well, wonder no more. I’d like to invite you to listen in on the second in our Snapdragon mobile processor webinar series featuring Qualcomm’s Charlie Mater (VP, Product Management) who gives an in-depth overview of the Snapdragon family of system-on-chip (SoC) solutions and Qualcomm’s CPU micro-architecture.

May 18, 2011 by Michelle Leyden Li

Mobile Devices Bring Dermatology Specialist to Low-Income Patients in Egypt

Recently, on behalf of Wireless Reach, I had the opportunity to announce the results of our first project in the Middle East – the Egypt Teledermatology Pilot Project – which serves as an example of how mobile devices can provide a viable medical solution for Egypt’s health care system.

May 18, 2011 by Moheb Ramsis

Bracing for the social media onslaught…

The explosive growth in social media that my friend Sachin discusses in his blog, is fast becoming a reality in many parts of the world, adding to the unprecedented demand for data services. If the constant flurry of new smartphones and tablets being announced is any indication, the onslaught will continue far into the future.

May 12, 2011 by Prakash Sangam

Dual-Core Snapdragon MDP Now Available

In mobile communication , 2011 ushered in the buzz word “dual-core” with the introduction of the first tablets and smartphones. At Qualcomm, we began showcasing our MSM8660 dual-core CPU processors at CES, leveraging the Snapdragon Mobile Development Platform or MDP for short. If you aren’t familiar with the Snapdragon MDP, it is an important development tool available from BSQUARE to leverage the powerful capabilities of the Snapdragon processors.

May 5, 2011 by Anita Hix

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