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More CES Coverage:

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\n > Inside the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 Theater

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> Abby Cadabby and AllJoyn make a splash at CES

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> Sony Xperia Z and ZL Join the 5-inch 1080p Smartphone Fray

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> ZTE Grand S makes high definition incredibly thin

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> A New Horsepower War Heats Up

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> CES Keynote Highlights

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> The new Adreno 330 GPU

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> A Twitterview with Rob Chandhok - the future of mobile user experiences

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> Tango and YUZA Use Facial Processing APIs for New App Features

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> Vidyo Puts Quad-Core to Good Use

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With the recent launch of the Snapdragon Neural Processing Engine (NPE) SDK, we previously highlighted the importance of on-device processing for time-critical AI applications. For example, the ability for self-driving cars make instant decisions - identifying and avoiding an obstacle in the road as near to the time it was detected, rather than following a trip across the network to a server in the cloud.

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AI processing at the edge is inherently complex, but the Qualcomm Snapdragon mobile platform has the power and flexibility to help developers with an advanced, heterogeneous computational architecture, supporting optimized tools, libraries and AI frameworks. With the Snapdragon Neural Processing Engine (NPE) SDK, developers can further tune the performance of AI applications relying on Caffe/Caffe2 and TensorFlow deep learning frameworks, with less effort.

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Now we’d like to take this topic one step further by exploring some example AI applications where on-device computation can provide differentiation and critical advantage.

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Evolving from Object Recognition to Object Tracking and Predictive Modelling

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Modern, cloud-based photo sharing and storage services offer object and facial recognition as a standard feature, allowing you to quickly filter huge image libraries. It’s a remarkable feat requiring significant computing power. Life would be simpler if every photo comprised a single object of interest, but that’s rarely the case. Not only must multiple objects in a photo be identified and labelled, judgement is required to select the most important elements in the image for classification.

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Object tracking and the predictive modelling required to support real-time, intelligent decision-making from a range of sensor inputs offers an even greater challenge. Imagine the possibilities:

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Devices delivering these types of application will require the processing power to detect, understand and react to a host of environments and events with critical pace and precision.

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Natural Language Processing, Speech and Speaker Recognition

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Advances in speech recognition allow us to control car navigation, in-home entertainment and use voice-activated personal assistants for simple tasks such as information queries, calendar management and device control. Speech recognition accurately identifies words being spoken, but on its own it lacks important context. Recognizing the speaker can significantly improve the utility of personal assistants, particularly in secure applications, while natural language understanding goes beyond speech recognition to support deeper comprehension of what is being communicated.

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Enhanced applications could include:

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These examples demonstrate compelling use cases where on-device AI is advantageous compared to traditional, cloud-based processing. The Snapdragon Neural Processing Engine (NPE) allows developers to harness deep learning on-device using models trained with TensorFlow or Caffe2, achieving superior performance through the Snapdragon mobile platform heterogeneous computing architecture.

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Together, these technologies greatly enhance delivery of today’s AI-driven applications, such as real-time image processing and language translation. They also open the door to innovation, giving developers the time, tools and processing power to realize tomorrow’s intelligent user experiences.

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According to IDC, less than 1% of software developers incorporate cognitive capabilities into their applications today. That figure is expected to exceed 50% by 2018. Advanced mobile applications and automated system features, such as voice and speech recognition, object recognition and tracking - that typically require datacenter processing - could be fully supported on-device, with low-latency sensing and inference.

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To take your development to the edge, be sure to find out more about our collaborations with Google and Facebook, download the Snapdragon NPE SDK and stay tuned for more discussion on AI development here at QDN.

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MWC Americas is taking place this week in San Francisco, and as the mobile industry comes together to showcase what’s next, one topic in particular features prominently at the show: Gigabit LTE.

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Gigabit LTE has become a global wireless phenomenon, and Qualcomm Technologies has been at the forefront of this exciting evolution of LTE technology on the path to 5G.

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There are many reasons for Gigabit LTE’s rise to prominence. Apart from the incredible peak speeds that it makes possible, Gigabit LTE increases network capacity and improves download speeds, opens up exciting possibilities for new mobile experiences, and lays a strong foundation on which future 5G NR networks will be built.

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It all began with the announcement of the very first commercial Gigabit LTE modem— the Qualcomm Snapdragon X16 LTE modem — in February of 2016. Less than one year later, Qualcomm Technologies, Telstra, NETGEAR and Ericsson together launched the first Gigabit LTE mobile device and network.

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Since then, Gigabit LTE momentum has only accelerated. There are now 38 operators serving 1.2B LTE subscriptions in 23 countries deploying or trialing Gigabit LTE, including the four major U.S. operators. Several are using LTE in unlicensed spectrum, an innovation pioneered by Qualcomm Technologies, to achieve Gigabit LTE speeds. LTE in unlicensed technologies makes it possible for a much greater number of operators around the world to offer Gigabit LTE service to their users.

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To illustrate the power of these technologies, we are demonstrating Gigabit LTE using Licensed Assisted Access (LAA) technology together with AT&T and Ericsson at MWC Americas. The demonstration will use the Samsung Galaxy Note8, one of the latest Gigabit LTE-capable smartphones, to demonstrate breathtaking speeds and new experiences including 3D VR video.

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This demonstration with the Galaxy Note8 brings to light another key fact: when it comes to handsets, Gigabit LTE is currently a feature that’s unique to premium Android smartphones. Android OEMs have consistently led the way in bringing the latest LTE technologies to users, and this leadership continues with Gigabit LTE. We are excited that we have empowered leading smartphone makers in the Android ecosystem to bring some of the most advanced wireless technologies, which enhance every connected app and mobile experience, to users around the globe. In total, there are currently 10 smartphones and four mobile broadband devices that are Gigabit LTE capable, all thanks to the Snapdragon X16 LTE modem.

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But we are not resting on our laurels. Instead, we are charging forward with our second generation Gigabit LTE modem — Snapdragon X20, the world’s first announced Cat 18 LTE modem — breaking through the Gigabit barrier and further enhancing network capacity and real user data rates.

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Just a few weeks ago, we demonstrated the power of the Snapdragon X20 LTE modem for the very first time with Verizon and Ericsson. And just a few days ahead of MWC Americas, we achieved a new world record —1.175 Gbps —with T-Mobile and Nokia, and are working now with mobile OEMs to commercialize devices powered by the Snapdragon X20 LTE modem in the first half of 2018.

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As we continue to push the envelope with 4G technologies in the real world, Qualcomm is laying a strong foundation for its leadership in 5G, forging ahead with new trial systems that will drive ecosystem readiness for 5G NR launches in 2019. Our new mmWave 5G NR prototype system, with an RF front end designed in a smartphone form factor, will be used to show that, despite mmWave’s challenges, Qualcomm Technologies is uniquely positioned to overcome them and make the technology viable for mobile devices and network.

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Let us take this moment to celebrate the great work that Qualcomm and other technology leaders in the mobile ecosystem have achieved together, to keep it the most vibrant and most dynamic technology platform in history.

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From new 360-degree cameras to the QLED TVs that will stream their high-resolution footage, IFA 2017 brought more than 1,800 exhibitors to Berlin where they showcased a wide range of products that are changing the way consumers connect and interact with their homes and devices.

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Among the standouts were many products by our customers. Here we’re highlighting five IoT devices powered by a variety of robust platforms from Qualcomm Technologies: the QCA9379 Wi-Fi/Bluetooth chipset, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 mobile platform, and the Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor — each powering exciting new user experiences for consumers.

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Our own Raj Talluri, SVP Product Management for IoT for Qualcomm Technologies, also addressed a crowded IFA+ Summit during his keynote, Accelerating the IoT on the path to 5G, highlighting the exciting future for the IoT. As just one example, he discussed how 360 degree cameras (several launched at the show) are critical to providing content for VR and how Qualcomm Technologies is empowering a comprehensive 360/VR ecosystem. Additionally, he touched on how 5G enhanced mobile broadband with extreme throughput, ultra-low latency and a uniform experience, even at the cell edge, will be critical to the mass adoption of XR technologies.

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Here’s a recap of some of the connected devices highlighted at one of the world’s largest consumer electronics trade shows:

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Smarter streaming

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Samsung’s premium line of QLED TVs are getting a boost thanks to the inclusion of QCA9379 home entertainment solutions. The chipset is engineered to provide reliable, lightning-fast connectivity via dual-stream Wi-Fi and Bluetooth for more interactive, media-viewing experiences.

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With robust, reliable connectivity, streaming 4K Ultra HD video is faster than ever. The chip features the newest Wi-Fi 802.11ac standard with support for Multi-User MIMO, allowing for faster downloads at a higher capacity than previous generations. The QCA9379 also boasts separate Bluetooth 4.2 and Wi-Fi antennas designed for concurrent connectivity, so remotes and gaming accessories can be wirelessly connected via Bluetooth for better gaming with long battery life and optional support for voice. Traditional line-of-sight restraints are eliminated, and support for functions like voice command will allow users to flip through channels with ease.

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The new line of Samsung QLED TVs are available today.

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Capturing the world around you

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Acer Holo360

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Acer showed two LTE-connected, 360-degree cameras — one for capturing usual memories and the other customized for your car. At the heart of both the Holo360 Camera and Vision360 Camera is the Qualcomm Connected Camera platform. The cameras are powered by the Snapdragon 625 SoC, which comes with an integrated CPU, Qualcomm Hexagon DSP, Qualcomm Adreno 506 GPU, and a Snapdragon X9 LTE modem engineered for instantly sharing or streaming your videos, without having to sync with a smartphone or PC.

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The Holo360 includes Panamorph optics, certified by ImmerVision. This allows users to capture high-resolution images (in 6.9K resolution) and videos (in 4K resolution) essentially without distortion. The camera’s 3-inch touchscreen displays these vivid 360-degree videos and photos and users can also re-live their favorite (and not-so-favorite) moments with a VR headset.

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For those who like to get wet, there is an optional IP-68-rated waterproof case that works to 1 meter underwater.

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The Acer Holo360 is expected to be available in North America in November, and include a water-resistant case. Specifications, prices, and availability will vary by region. 

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Ricoh Theta V

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Ricoh introduced an exciting update of the Ricoh Theta 360-degree camera that is also based on the Snapdragon Connected Camera platform, and includes support for 4K media and high-speed transfer capabilities, thanks to the Snapdragon 625 SoC.

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The Ricoh Theta V captures high resolution still images and smooth 360-degree video at 30 frames per second and a resolution of 3840 x 1920 pixels, or 4K. The camera features four microphones to supports 360-degree, spatial audio that’s recorded horizontally and vertically. When matched with the 360-degree video, the omnidirectional audio can reproduce the sights and sounds of its environment, making viewers feel like they were there in person. And by harnessing the power of the Snapdragon 625, the Ricoh Theta V brings an array of unique features, such as fisheye de-warping, 3D audio, and on-device stitching.

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The Ricoh Theta V is on sale starting this month in most regions.

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Keeping children safe

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Powered by the Snapdragon Wear 2100 mobile platform, the TCL Movetime Family Watch MT30 helps parents stay connected with their kids — in more ways than one, providing increased ease of mind.

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With the Snapdragon Wear 2100, the smartwatch can take advantage of LTE connectivity to allow kids to call or message their parents by selecting numbers, directly from their watch. The MT30 is engineered to provide accurate tracking locations (both indoors and outdoors) and geo-fencing capabilities through the platform’s integrated GPS. The smartwatch syncs with a dedicated mobile app. and in case of emergencies, an S.O.S. button can be pressed to call for help.

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With the MT30 kids can connect with friends via Bluetooth, and create to-do lists and reminders (because it’s never too early to learn time management skills). The smartwatch is also “kid-proof” with an IP-67 rating, so users can take the MT30 for a dip of up to one meter underwater. Watchfaces and wristbands are also swappable, keeping up with any and every trend.

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The TCL Movetime Family Watch MT30 is expected to be available worldwide, starting in Europe and LATAM in October.

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The mobile industry is on the cusp of 5G as technology leaders like Qualcomm are working feverishly to contribute to the standard. On the path to 5G, operators will continue to add more network capacity using newer 4G technologies to address the growing appetite of mobile device users who continually demand faster data speeds. Gigabit LTE makes this possible and serves as the foundation for future 5G networks, using carrier aggregation, 4X4 MIMO, 256-QAM, and the ability to operate over both licensed and unlicensed spectrum. To help explain these concepts, imagine the LTE network as a highway for trucks that carry the data you want to download…

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Carrier aggregation widens the highway

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Carrier aggregation adds more lanes to the network’s highway by combining multiple carriers — that is, multiple LTE connections—which provides more capacity and enables faster downloads for all users.

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4x4 MIMO creates another layer of lanes

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4x4 MIMO improves operator spectrum efficiency and boosts the data rate for Gigabit LTE devices. Whereas carrier aggregation widens the network highway, 4x4 MIMO adds up to two more layers of data lanes on top of the existing ones to carry more data on the same amount of spectrum.

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256-QAM is a big truck that carries lots of data

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The gold standard for data rates was 6 bits per signal but that data transfer volume recently pumped up to 8 bits, delivering 33 percent faster connection speeds for Gigabit LTE devices. Using our highway analogy, 256-QAM allows each truck to carry more data, which means fewer trucks are needed, which relieves congestion on the network highway.

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LTE in Unlicensed Spectrum puts the pedal to the metal

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Get off the congested network highway and take the side streets with LTE in Unlicensed Spectrum. LTE in Unlicensed boosts network capacity in high traffic areas like stadiums, shopping malls, airports, and more with Gigabit LTE speed for a high quality and robust user experience.

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Qualcomm Technologies continues its trailblazing inventions in mobile connectivity, pioneering the world’s first annoucned Gigabit LTE cellular modem with the Qualcomm Snapdragon X16 LTE modem. Since then, a total of 10 Gigabit LTE-capable devices have been brought to users all over the world with this groundbreaking modem at their heart. We push the technological envelope, continually evolving Gigabit LTE network highways in order to better deliver wide-area coverage, high-speed data rates and low latency in support of countless use cases and upcoming releases.

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Learn what Qualcomm Technologies is doing to bring you Gigabit LTE.

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Qualcomm Developer Network September Developer of the Month is Jake Weinstein.

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Jake’s work centers on the Android Operating System Paranoid Android (AOSPA) project, which is described as “a custom ROM aiming to extend the system, working on enhancing the already existing beauty of Android and following the same design philosophies that were set forward by Google for Android Open Source Project.” While the description of this OS fork is complex, team Paranoid Android focus on bringing simplicity to their users’ lives through an elegant, pared-down UX. AOSPA is based on the Qualcomm fork of Android at the Code Aurora Forum, supporting Qualcomm Snapdragon-powered devices.

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In his free time (ha!), Jake is also a student finishing his degree in St. Louis. We’re inspired by Jake’s drive, dedication, and programming skills, and so we took a few minutes to speak with him about his project and process, and how he gets the most out of Qualcomm Developer Network (QDN) tools when coding for Paranoid Android.

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Paranoid Android is a team of people from around the world that work to create a free and open source operating system based on Android. Together, we strive to maximize performance, battery, stability, and overall experience for users. We also work with the Nextbit and Razer teams on Razer OS to upgrade to the latest Android version, improve performance, fix bugs, and improve functionality.

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Fun fact - the Paranoid Android name comes from a song by Radiohead.

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How did the project get started?
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How did you first get involved with Paranoid Android?
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What does innovation mean to you?
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Where do you and the team get inspiration?
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What QDN tools do you use as you make these ideas happen?
\n\tMainly, we use the Qualcomm Snapdragon LLVM Compiler to improve performance and user experience on many of our devices. We’ve also used the Trepn Power Profiler and Qualcomm Snapdragon Profiler to analyze and evaluate power management so that we can allow the CPU and schedulers to make better decisions, ultimately helping to maximize battery and smoothness.

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How do these tools help with development?
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QDN tools have significantly sped up our development, as we’re able to start on the latest major Android releases within days instead of months, and we can use source code made for the latest Android OS instead of trying to find ways to make older code work.

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Do you have any advice for students who would like to start learning about mobile optimization?
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There are several great programs you can use to profile Android devices to find the underlying sources of performance issues. My favorites include the Trepn Profiler, which shows CPU load and frequency in real time on your mobile device, as well as the Snapdragon Profiler and Android Systrace tools. Use these tools to find where bottlenecks are in your application or operating system and make it significantly easier to figure out how to resolve it.

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Also, don’t be afraid to ask for help. Many community and professional developers have likely solved similar issues and are happy to help - that’s what makes the developer community so great. If you’re working on an existing open source project, such as the Android Open Source Project, you can submit to their Code Review System to get feedback from the developers and potentially even have your code merged in. One of the most fulfilling aspects of Android development for me has been having my code merged into the Android Open Source Project for use on the next release of Android across millions of devices. That’s really powerful.

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A Twitterview with Raj Talluri - What’s the latest and greatest from Snapdragon processors?

10 Jan 2013

Qualcomm products mentioned within this post are offered by Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and/or its subsidiaries.

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.

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