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Snapdragon GamesCommand launches at CES

Got a Snapdragon processor and a penchant for mobile gaming? Then you'll want to check the Android Market on January 10th, just as the Consumer Electronics Show gets in to full swing at Las Vegas. The Qualcomm-backed GamesCommand store will feature games specifically designed and enhanced for the company's Snapdragon family of SoC's. Over 100 games will be launched on the service initially.

Qualcomm isn’t worried about Tegra 3, says VP

Quick: what's the system-on-a -chip that's on the top of everyone's mind right now? If you answered the Nvidia Tegra 3, Qualcomm Vice President Rob Chandhok has got a bone to pick with you. Speaking at a pre-CES press conference, the VP of Software Strategy called Nvidia's processor a "single use product", comparing it poorly to Qualcomm's own Snapdragon line of processors. Chandhok went on to say that Snapdragon will be featured in hundreds of devices.

Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Developer tablet runs Ice Cream Sandwich

Qualcomm and their Snapdragon processors are in more Android devices than we can count and they aren't wasting anytime now that Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is out in the wild. We've seen development devices from them in the past like the 1.5 GHz MDP phone (Mobile Development Platform) and now they are teasing their new Snapdragon MSM8960 that will be known as the Snapdragon S4 on an Ice Cream Sandwich powered tablet.

Qualcomm announces its own Snapdragon game store

As Android's gaming prowess (or at lest the hardware it requires) becomes more and more evident, Qualcomm has decided they want to highlight the potential of their Snapdragon series of mobile processors. To that end, they've announced Snapdragon GamesCommand, a showcase app filled with "console-quality" and casual games exclusively for Snapdragon devices. Like Nvidia's Tegra Zone, at least some of the games in GamesCommand will not appear anywhere else - those with other hardware are out of luck.

Qualcomm teases Snapdragon efficiency, 100% bug powered smartphone [Video]

Yes you read the title right, that says 100% bug powered smartphone and that is exactly what we have. Today Qualcomm has presented us with the "Bug Circus Generator" where they've neatly gathered a few speedy Praying Mantis and tossed them on unicycles and a Tarantula on a treadmill and rigged them to generate tiny amounts of electricity. What do you get? A 100% bug powered smartphone thanks to the extremely efficient Qualcomm Snapdragon processors.

Uplinq 2011 Daily Showing hosting our very own Vincent Nguyen [Video]

We have been coverering the Uplinq 2011 Event going on as of late you can check all of our coverage on that here. Qualcomm has had a lot to show over these last few days from 3D, augmented reality, gaming and more. We cover most of those things in the link above so feel free to check out all of our coverage. We now have a short video for you featuring our own natural born leader Vincent Nguyen in an interview with Cali Lewis from the Uplinq Daily Show.

KT TAKE Janus KM-S200: 1.5GHz dual-core qHD Gingerbread uberphone

Korean carrier KT Telecom has announced pricing and availability for the world's first 1.5GHz dual-core smartphone, the TAKE Janus KM-S200. Based around Qualcomm's MSM8260 processor with 1GB of RAM and a 4.3-inch qHD 960 x 540 touchscreen, the smartphone runs Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread. There's an 8-megapixel camera on the back, with autofocus and a flash, together with a 1.3-megapixel camera up front for video calls. Other specs include HSUPA roaming support, SRS WOW HD audio, 1080p HD full HD recording and playback, GPS, an internal DMB-TV tuner and 16GB of integrated memory, along with a microSD card slot. The whole thing measures in at 128.5 x 65 x 9.8 mm, which puts it just in-between the Galaxy S II and Sensation in terms of thickness, and will be available in black, white or two-tone black & white. Lucky South Koreans will be able to get their hands on it for the equivalent of around $740 SIM-free. [gallery]
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