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Interestingly this year Microsoft did not give the keynote speech at CES – Consumer electronics Show. But instead it was Qualcomm and it had a distinct “Mobility” theme.

Young people today are “born mobile.” That was the idea that framed Qualcomm’s entertaining keynote address, and the expansion of mobile among a growing demographic of mobile tech users is more than just a fetching idea. Qualcomm poised mobile as the wave of the future, and they don’t appear to be terribly far off the mark.

Quote from Paul Jacobs ces keynote

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Qualcomm’s presentation showed off both Microsoft Windows 8 RT and Phone mobile devices from Samsung and Nokia. Even Big Bird from Semame Street made an appearance. For those who want to watch the video again, here is the link: http://www.qualcomm.com/ces

More on rticle: Qualcomm CES keynote-2013

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Also worth reading from CES – SAP CIO Oliver Bussmann hits CES to understand consumerisation of IT

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