For people who haven't had access to basic healthcare, mobile health products can make a difference
This is when my eyes start to gloss over. A tech CEO talking about mobile technology is going to change health care.
Tutu: Mobile is the technology of choice for helping the underserved
Going to have a transformative impact on health in emerging markets and everywhere
Jacobs: We share his vision of a world where everyone has access to mobile health.
Last year's CES, Qualcomm announced a Tricoder XPrize that puts personalized health in the palm of your hand.
I believe this is possible and this is going to revolutionize health care. Over 255 teams in 34 countries preregistering. Registration will open tomorrow at 8 a.m. ET.
Jacobs is talking up Qualcomm's partnership with X Prize in mobile health. I do think XPrize competitions are very interesting and can spur some interesting innovations and products. It would e interesting to see what comes out of this.
There are a few Star Trek fans here at Qualcomm. We can't wait for the new Star Trek Into Darkness film.
Star Trek using Qualcomm's context awareness tech for its app
Use geofencing, audio recognition, etc.
Jacobs: Star Trek fans are serious about their love for this franchise.
There's been a lot of mystery here. Are you going to tell us about your character
Eve: I play Dr. Carol Marcus. She has a PhD. I can't tell you anything else.
Jacobs: You're not going to tell us anything more?
Eve: No, my lips are sealed
Sorry I'd probably be more excited if a character from Downton Abbey took the stage. I guess I am another kind of nerd.
There is a way you can delve deeper into the Star Trek universe through the app
Fans can become a part of crew when login. Go on real world missions.
Matthew Crawley! If only ...
The app works with Vuforia platform like that Big Bird is using.
The app runs silently in the background. Can unlock features just by walking into a movie theater.
You'll hear more in February about Star Trek
One fan will have a chance to win a VIP trip to the film premiere in the U.S.
Smartphone is going to enable a digital sixth sense for us
Eve has left. Back to Jacobs
We've seen a bunch of cool devices tonight but before we go, I want to show you one of my favorite battery powered devices.
Working on a unique wireless tech called Qualcomm Halo - your device automatically starts to charge when you pull into your garage or an activated parking garage
Don't need to hook up cables or anything.