TG CES 2013 Liveblog

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02:30 PM on Tuesday, January 08

TH: Now, we're moving towards more presentations. Paul Chambers from Sesame Workshop - using vuforia to engage children to learn literacy skills.

02:29 PM on Tuesday, January 08

TH: 40000+ developers, 2500+ on vuforia (their augmented reality technology)

02:27 PM on Tuesday, January 08

"In a way, it is making the real world clickable"

02:27 PM on Tuesday, January 08

TH: Moving towards mobile and impact on us. We have a digital sixth-sense.

02:25 PM on Tuesday, January 08

"This the future of our sport... My race, your way"

TH: I smell ad tagline.

02:24 PM on Tuesday, January 08

TH: So, what Snapdragon is showing is a way where the second screen experience can alter what you see on your main TV.

02:22 PM on Tuesday, January 08

TH: So, Snapdragon is going to TVs. But you get to see a whole lot more information.

02:22 PM on Tuesday, January 08

SW: Brad Keselowski, NASCAR driver just pulled out an iPhone. Whoops, not snapdragon!

02:22 PM on Tuesday, January 08

TH: Still talking about NASCAR. I really have no clue on what they're saying - except fans being technologically passionate. We're now onto demos - on making the experience at home to be the same as the track.

02:19 PM on Tuesday, January 08

TH: Qualcomm partnering with NASCAR. And guess what, celebrity time.

02:18 PM on Tuesday, January 08

TH: Partnering with Audi to do online gaming, conferencing and radio; BMW and Pelker to make a car hotspot.

02:18 PM on Tuesday, January 08

SW: Sounds exactly like QoS

02:17 PM on Tuesday, January 08

SW: Stream Boost will help optimise your internet connection for streaming etc

02:16 PM on Tuesday, January 08

TH: Qualcomm predicts that we will go over 1000x current data usage patterns soon. That's their new challenge - in order to solve this data challenge. Solution - lots of small cells (like wi-fi access points, but have mobile connection) nearer to the person

02:15 PM on Tuesday, January 08

TH: Most Android devices run Qualcomm, according to Jacobs.

02:14 PM on Tuesday, January 08

TH: We're looking at mobile ecosystems. Case study is Android. Nexus 4 is powered by Snapdragon.

02:13 PM on Tuesday, January 08

TH: You can also capture Ultra HD video on your phone. Sharing it, however, will take a lot of data.

02:12 PM on Tuesday, January 08

TH: On the technical specifications, Qualcomm is saying that they decoded the Ultra HD and sound on a Snapdragon 800 processor

02:09 PM on Tuesday, January 08

TH: Another clip. Now in Ultra HD.

02:08 PM on Tuesday, January 08

TH: Del Toro is saying that Qualcomm is delivering his films as he wants it using Ultra HD...

So how much were you paid to do this?

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