Augmented reality and health care - Qualcomm's mobile future

Augmented reality and health care - Qualcomm's mobile future

Summary: Chipmaker Qualcomm offered a glimpse of what the future might hold for the next generation of smartphones.


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  • Also on show was an Android-powered netbook - remember those?

    The HP Compaq Airlife 100 touchscreen connected netbook, pictured above, is available in the Spanish market to customers of operator Telefonica Movistar.

    Photo credit: Natasha Lomas/

  • A smartphone that comes apart was also on show. The touchscreen Lenovo LePhone - also running Google's Android OS - is pictured above taken out of its hinged casing, shown open in the background, which includes a full qwerty keyboard.

    Photo credit: Natasha Lomas/

Topics: Mobility, CXO, Hardware, Health, Legal, Processors, Smartphones, IT Employment

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