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Qualcomm Uplinq 2011 Keynote #1: 3D, Peer-to-Peer Gaming, Augmented Reality

Qualcomm Uplinq 2011 Keynote #1: 3D, Peer-to-Peer Gaming, Augmented Reality

This particular Qualcomm keynote on a lovely June 1st morning began with Dr Paul Jacobs, Chairman and CEO of Qualcomm noting some impressive numbers on a large stage with one gigantic colorful screen behind him flowing with ribbons of light. Jacobs noted that they've got word that mobile data is expected to grow 10-12 fold by 2015, this punctuated by the completely odd addition of "Real D 3D" glasses on everyone's seats. Next Jacobs noted that 1 BILLION Qualcomm BREW-powered devices had already been shipped, and notes that "today's market [is one where people] don't really care about what their next PC is going to be."

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Google I/O 2011 Keynote: Entire Day One Video

Google I/O 2011 Keynote: Entire Day One Video

The biggest event today, and perhaps biggest of the year for Google, was their 2011 developer conference called Google I/O. The two-day event is unfolding at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. We did a recap on this morning's opening keynote, which unleashed some major news on Android, Google TV, and much more. But here now, is a video of the first day's keynote in its entirety.

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HTC ThunderBolt Hands-On

HTC ThunderBolt Hands-On

Even though it's lacking a dual-core processor, the HTC ThunderBolt is still an impressive device. Combining striking looks with some great hardware and Verizon's 4G LTE network connectivity, the ThunderBolt is going to be the ultimate flagship device for Verizon in early 2011.

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Verizon 4G plans for 2011 Detailed

Verizon 4G plans for 2011 Detailed

Along with the other announcements, Verizon has just detailed the company's 4G plans for 2011. As Verizon is pushing big into the 4G marking for the coming year, their pricing is set to be very competitive and we have a full rundown of the upcoming service after the break.

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Apple iPhone OS 4.0 SDK Available Now

Apple iPhone OS 4.0 SDK Available Now

If you're a fan of the iPhone OS 4.0 right now, and you've tied to the developer program for Apple's mobile devices, then you can go ahead and have your say with the new mobile Operating System. iPhone OS 4.0 SDK is available right now for developers. This is the first of the Betas, so be sure to keep that in mind. And, as always, Apple suggests that you don't put this on your own, personal device, and keep it on your testing devices, because it is Beta, and bugs do happen.

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Apple iPhone OS 4.0 Introduces Game Center: Social Gaming Network

Apple iPhone OS 4.0 Introduces Game Center: Social Gaming Network

One of the best parts of the iPhone, along with the whole phone thing, is the fact that it's got a vast App Store with plenty of games out there. In fact, they've got a monstrous list, at 50,700 total games, and it rakes in somewhere in the ballpark of $500 million in revenue for the company. So, obviously mobile gaming is something that Apple wants to capitalize on, and sure enough, they've introduced Game Center for iPhone OS 4.0.

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