"Jacobs took over the CES pre-show keynote speech from software giant Microsoft, which declared 2012 to be its last show. Microsoft couldn't seem to stay away, though, with Chief Executive Steve Ballmer making a cameo to talk with Jacobs about the companies' partnership for Windows Phone and Windows RT, the version of the operating system that runs on cellphone chips.Qualcomm CEO details a 'born mobile' world at 2013 CES | CES 2013: Smartphones - CNET Blogs
Ballmer wasn't the only guest who stopped by. The show also featured an archbishop, an actress, a Nascar racer, a director, a Sesame Street character, and a band. All (except Maroon 5, which mainly just sang) talked up the benefits of Qualcomm's technology for their craft. An electric powered Rolls Royce even made an appearance."
Tuesday, January 08, 2013
Qualcomm CEO details a 'born mobile' world at 2013 CES | CES 2013: Smartphones - CNET Blogs
Strange days indeed