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I’m back after two days at our Uplinq™ developer conference to San Francisco last week. We had a conference packed full of sessions, demos and networking that touched on a combination of topics and platforms that was rare even by Bay Area standards. I’ll recap some of the highlights for those of you that were unable to join us in San Francisco.
Attendees at this year’s Qualcomm® Uplinq™ mobile developers conference will be among the first to see one of Qualcomm Connected Experiences, Inc.’s latest technology innovations take shape right before their eyes as we announce the Vuforia SDK for Digital Eyewear. Yet another example of how Vuforia stays on the forefront of mobile vision breakthroughs, the Vuforia SDK for Digital Eyewear brings the power of the Vuforia vision platform to a new generation of stereo
If you think about where the mobile landscape was just five years ago, the difference is mind blowing. Recent research shows that 91% of American adults carry a cell phone and 55% carry a smartphone. And what are people doing with those smartphones? Well, Juniper Research thinks that by 2017 there will be over 160 billion app downloads.
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