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One of the hottest trends in gaming right now is the rise of mobile gaming, thanks to powerful mobile platforms such as the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 845 mobile platform. Such platforms are powering players’ demands for anytime and anywhere premium gaming experiences. And nowhere is this trend more evident than in China.
Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. hosts an annual hackathon for our interns, and every year they push the boundaries of mobile innovation. This year was no exception and we were, once again, dazzled by their creations! After just 16 hours, Team FaceBlock, consisting of Oles Andrienko, Zhiyu Liang, and Alexander Li, was named one of the top three finalists.
Today’s IoT devices pack a ton of functionality, so it’s easy to overlook their smallest components. Among those are sensors, which serve as tiny building blocks for Ambient Computing, that acquire and convert measurements of the real world into digital data. Most developers are aware of common sensors such as the accelerometer and gyroscope found in smartphones.
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