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One of the techniques used in the highest-quality animated films has come to mobile devices. Motorola has created a new form of entertainment, “Spotlight Stories,” which are interactive animated short films for their Moto X smartphones. These, interactive stories feature a Pixar technology known as “subdivision of surfaces” along with host of other technologies including sensors to produce a new creative canvas for storytelling.
Thanks to everyone who attended our Uplinq™ session on Snapdragon™ SDK for Android. In that session we discussed how certain features in our SDK can now be used in commercial applications. As a result, we focused on how to incorporate Snapdragon SDK into your roadmap, and noted how best to manage your application deployment.
“Nobody likes test because test tells you that all your great development work [isn’t so great].” – Kevin Surace, CEO, Appvance
“Exactly. So since nobody likes test, you should automate it.” – Ville-Veikko Helppi, Technical Product Manager, Bitbar
“Mobile is where the action is, and for developers like you, it’s where the money is.”
- Qualcomm Chairman and CEO Paul Jacobs at our Uplinq 2013 conference
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