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Dual-Core (7)

Dual Cores—Is Anyone Really taking Advantage of Them?

I recently spoke with Kevin Kwang of ZD Net Asia to discuss the state of mobile multi-core processors. I pointed out that while it’s exciting to see powerful, dual-core Snapdragon processors commercially available (in products like the HTC EVO™ 3D and HP TouchPad), if developers aren’t coding their applications with distinct APIs that take advantage of multiple cores, the power of the hardware is often underutilized.

Jul 8, 2011 by Liat Ben-Zur

Next Gen Snapdragon Dual-Core MDP

The possibilities are endless with the new generation of the Snapdragon MDP. It offers developers powerful built-in graphics, power management and other profiling tools to develop, test and optimize Android applications for a wide range of pre-commercial devices. Purchase yours at bsquare.com/qualcomm.

Apr 27, 2011 by Leon Farasati

Conversations with Paul – MWC 2011

Hear from Paul Jacobs about what trends we should look for at Mobile World Congress, what he’ll be talking about during the "Connecting the Dots" keynote, his thoughts on the Snapdragon Dual CPU mobile processor—and a whole lot more.

Feb 10, 2011 by Paul Jacobs

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