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I am one of about 300 million people that enjoy using Skype. I'm also in league with over a billion people with mobile devices built using Qualcomm® chipsets. Put the two together and you get one of the hottest new tablets available, the aptly named Amazon Kindle Fire HDX. Despite the entry-level pricing, the Fire HDX features the top-of-the-line Qualcomm Snapdragon™ 800 processor. This tablet provides fantastic value and a fantastic Skype experience.
The launch of our latest SDK (version 2.8) for the Qualcomm® Vuforia™ platform has been met with enthusiastic feedback. If you haven’t started developing with it yet, here are the highlights of what to expect.
Developers and consumers alike want their apps to run fast. That’s why at Qualcomm we pride ourselves in making some of the fastest mobile processors on the market. But as app developers know, fast hardware is just half the battle in the quest to build an app that feels fast.
In my last post, I wrote up the stories and lessons from three entrepreneurs in mobile who participated on Sachin Deshpande’s recent panel about raising money:
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