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Tuesday 1/8/19 09:00am
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Posted By Leilani DeLeon
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How Lenovo Brings VR Experiences to Education and Healthcare

To deliver greater value to our community, Qualcomm Developer Network collaborates with a wide ecosystem of companies who are creatively using our technologies in new and exciting ways. Lenovo is a global technology leader that we are excited to be collaborating with because they bring innovative products to consumers including smartphones, tablets, and VR headsets. In this blog, we delve into some of the learnings that Lenovo encountered when developing platforms for the education and healthcare sectors using the Mirage Solo VR headset powered by the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 835 mobile platform.

Thursday 1/3/19 08:57am
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Developer of the Month: Christian Molson from Klashwerks Inc.

Qualcomm Developer Network January 2019 Developer of the Month is Christian Molson from Klashwerks, located in Ottawa, Canada. Klashwerks develops connected-car technology and has just launched their first product called “Raven”, a connected-car system that lets you see where you're going, where you've been, and how you got there.

Christian Molson

Friday 12/14/18 03:21pm
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Posted By Kiran Koshy
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Covering Multiple Wireless Technologies and Ecosystems — Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5 and Zigbee/Thread — with the QCA4020 Development Kit

Developing for the Internet of Things hinges on the ecosystems, doesn't it?

In most IoT use cases you'll want Wi-Fi for remote control and access to cloud resources like storage, compute, analytics and dashboards. You'll use Bluetooth 5 low energy (BLE) to connect sensors and to set up mesh networks covering large numbers of Things.

Those are very different wireless networking technologies and ecosystems you'll have to accommodate. How many different radios will it take to meet your product requirements? And how are you going to cobble them together?

Friday 12/14/18 02:44pm
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Posted By Dmitry Shipilov
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Using Droplit to Bring the Cloud to the Edge

If you’re an IoT device developer, you know the "I" in "IoT" means your device will, at some point, need to communicate with the cloud. But what if your device development expertise or schedule doesn’t extend to cloud development?

Enter droplit.io (Droplit) — a cloud-based, protocol-agnostic platform, that provides a rich API for integrating networked devices through the cloud, such as consumer wireless products, building automation systems, and PLCs.

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