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LyveHome presale starts today

LyveHome, a new photo and video management system that’s powered by a Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 600 processor, is available to pre-order starting today for $299. The brainchild of engineer Tim Bucher (who’s put in time at Dell, Microsoft and Apple), LyveHome is a small bookshelf-speaker-sized cloud-connected digital photo album. With a 5-inch touchscreen for easy navigation through indexed images, the box syncs and protects photos stored on a range of mobile devices for smart, simple media organization.


New Amazon Fire TV powered by Snapdragon 600 processor

Amongst popcorn aromas and home-theatre decor, today, Amazon announced Fire TV: a streaming set top box that aims to deliver just about every video streaming service in a compact, powerful package.


LG G Pad 8.3 LTE now available exclusively with Verizon Wireless

First announced late last year, the LG G Pad 8.3, LG’s first G series tablet was featured as the first Google Play edition tablet, and is now available in an LTE version, exclusively from Verizon Wireless.


Snapdragon processor powered phones win MWC awards

At this year’s GSMA Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the GSMA announced the winners of the 19th Annual Global Mobile awards, showcasing outstanding innovation and creative products and services. The winners included two Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processor powered smartphones, and showcased the breadth of solutions the family of Snapdragon processors is designed to offer.


LyveHome demo: store more videos and photos

Meet the LyveHome device and app, from startup Lyve Minds. LyveHome acts as an almost infinite camera roll, automatically collecting, sorting, and protecting photos and videos from your smartphone, tablet, computer and external hard drives, allowing you to keep on capturing while avoiding “full storage” messages.


Snapdragon Automotive Solutions put a new kind of car on the road

From facial recognition that adjusts seats, mirrors and radio stations based on the independently identified driver, to multiple blind spot and rearview cameras that stitch together a 180-degree image, the possibilities of what your car may be able to do and how it connects with the world and mobile devices in and around it are amazing.


Acer announces newest all-in-one: the DA223 HQL

Acer’s newest all-in-one, the Acer DA223 HQL brings mobile experiences and daily computing together on a 21.5-inch screen with a customizable Android operating system and an impressively fast and efficient Snapdragon™ 600 processor. Announced at CES, the DA223 features a seamless edge-to-edge screen that’s perfect for rich HDTV viewing, quick navigation and console-quality graphics, all while giving you the freedom to work completely unplugged thanks to its built-in battery.


Introducing the first Google Play edition tablet: LG G Pad 8.3

Google Play edition of LG G Pad 8.3


Hands on with the HTC One mini

Shrinking the jaw-dropping 4.7-inch display of the HTC One down to 4.3 inches makes for a whole new smartphone experience - one that’s better suited for both small hands and skinny jeans. While the HTC One mini is reduced in size, it doesn’t lose a single step in flash or functionality on its broader-screened brother. It retains all the vigor and value by baking in a powerful processor, vibrant display, beautiful software, awe-inspiring camera, and booty-shaking sound.


Go behind the scenes of the Ultimate Smartphone Photobooth

With almost 5 million views on YouTube, video of the Ultimate Smartphone Photobooth is quickly spreading the word about the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 540-degree photobooth made entirely of 130 HTC One smartphones powered by Snapdragon processors. Wondering how the Snapdragon Booth makes images like these possible and how you can be a part of the action? We’ve got some behind-the-scenes details right here.

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