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Mobile application development requires a careful balance of power consumption and CPU performance while operating within specific thermal constraints. In our previous blog on big.LITTLE, we talked about how the big.LITTLE architecture can help developers achieve this balance. In this blog we’ll delve a little deeper into what happens behind the scenes with some strategies for programming on a big.LITTLE platform.
To deliver greater value to our community, Qualcomm Developer Network collaborates with a wide ecosystem of developers who are creatively using Qualcomm technologies in new and exciting ways. We have been fortunate to collaborate with Accenture and wanted to share insights on how they are using virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) in the enterprise to give our developer community an added advantage.
WebRTC is an open standard originally developed to allow browser-based, peer-to-peer audio and video chats over the Internet in real-time, without the need for browser plugins. One well-known example is Google hangouts, which uses WebRTC to provide real-time online communication sessions.
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