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Yesterday morning at the Qualcomm booth at CES, we did a Twitter interview - or "Twitterview" - with Raj Talluri. Raj is Senior Vice President for Product Management, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and answered questions from users on Facebook and Twitter about the latest and greatest developments from Snapdragon™ processors
Yesterday at the Qualcomm booth at CES, we did a Twitter interview - or "Twitterview" - with Rob Chandhok. Rob is President, Qualcomm Internet Services, President, Qualcomm Innovation Center, Inc. and Senior Vice President, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and answered questions from users on Facebook and Twitter about his vision for the future of mobile user experiences.
Brace yourselves - a dragon is coming. Not to a theater, and not to an enchanted little village. Nope, this dragon is coming to your phone. Well, technically - IN your phone.
Disappointed that the smartphone you really wanted wasn't under the tree? Stop worrying … and just snap.
The 2013 Consumer Electronics Show is just around the corner, and we'll have all sorts of Snapdragon-related things coming your way. One thing that you'll want to be sure to look out for is our series of Twitter Interviews — or as we are calling them, "Twitterviews" — with two of our executives.
Verizon Wireless announced their latest mobile game offering today, entitled Rigonauts. We worked with Verizon and Engient, the developers of the game, to bring this Snapdragon-optimized Android game exclusively to Verizon Wireless customers for a two-week period, starting 10/9 and ending 10/23.
At IFA Berlin, Dell announced the XPS 10, a gorgeous 10-inch tablet that caters to both consumers and professionals. This tablet is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor, a fully-integrated, system-on-chip solution capable of running the gamut of Windows applications. Unlike traditional PC processors, a Snapdragon-powered tablet is designed to easily provide a full day’s worth of battery life and lasting days on standby without a battery charge.
We’re located in San Diego, and one of the ways we know it’s summer is when Comic-Con comes to town. This year, we’re working with CNET to offer a charging station for attendees.
You may remember that a few months back, we sent one phone featuring a Snapdragon™ processor around the world on one battery charge to make a video. The total distance traveled was 36,312 miles – all on one charge.
Today at our Uplinq mobile developer conference 2012, we announced the addition of new games to the Snapdragon™ GamePack, which already catalogs more than 100 featured games for Snapdragon-enabled, Android- and Windows-based smartphones and tablets.
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