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Symbio and drawElements to Improve Graphics Platform Reliability on Android

Symbio today announced it has partnered with drawElements to enable next generation high-end graphics in Android and Windows Phone 7 Series smartphones. Symbio will provide services built on top of the recently launched drawElements Quality Program (dEQP) that puts OpenGL ES 2.0 drivers to the test.

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South Korea has more mobile phones than people

Korea Communications Commission announced there are now more mobile phone subscribers than there are people. With 48.8 Million people, South Korea has 50 million subscribers, with roughly 7.4% of those being smart phones, that means 3.67 million smart phones. Other countries are apparently experiencing similar situations of more mobile phones than people. This is great news for the mobile phone and smart phone industry.

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SIGGRAPH Mobile BOF slides now available online

Along with the OpenGL, OpenCL, COLLADA and WebGL slide sets from the Khronos related SIGGRAPH BOFs, Mobile slides have just been uploaded.

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Khronos Group at SIGGRAPH ASIA 2010 Seoul with DevU

Imagination Technologies and HUONE have confirmed that they will be exhibiting in the Khronos Pavilion and speaking at the Khronos developer University at Seoul SIGGRAPH. More technology expert members are expected to join in the demonstrations. For complete Khronos schedules and participation and anyone interested to attend SIGGRAPH Seoul or Khronos DevU in the SIGGRAPH ASIA 2010, please visit our event page.

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Why OpenCL will be on Every Smartphone in 2014

Tom Olson, Director of Graphics Research at ARM, thinks he knows what the killer app for OpenCL is going to be. Have a seat, and pop over to Tom's blog to learn what the killer app for OpenCL will be. It may not be what you think.

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Khronos invites you to the COLLADA BoF at SIGGRAPH

Thanks to the flexibility of COLLADA being an XML based language, the COLLADA Working Group continues to grow with new members from many diverse disciplines that employ 3D technologies. Many of our members turn to Khronos standards such as COLLADA, OpenGL ES and WebGL to support 3D content that can take advantage of web protocols and the forthcoming HTML5 suite of standards. The synergy between the industry's 3D applications and Khronos standards motivates best-in-class COLLADA coherent products; products that soon will have the potential to operate within native 3D enabled browsers. This summer at Siggraph, we welcome you to join us at the COLLADA Birds of a Feather session on Tuesday, July 27 from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm in the Los Angeles Convention Center, Room 402A, to hear from some of these members on how they employ COLLADA. You'll also learn more about our current working group efforts and our plans for the future. We hope you will join us!

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Mobile Is The Web–The Web Is Mobile

While sitting on the "apps everwhere" panel at MobileBeat, Neil Trevett, vice president of mobile content development at Nvidia and president of the Khronos Group coined "Mobile is the web, the web is mobile" when announcing that PCs will soon seem very archaic. Mobile computing is the future.“Apps Everywhere” panel at MobileBeat.

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Mobile phones of today faster than Super Computer of the near past

Although not specifically related to a Khronos API, I figured this a fun way to start the week. At walkingrandomly.com, the author gives a short summary of The Linpack benchmarks used to benchmark Super Computers, and how he benchmarked his Android phone. So, just how many times faster is the latest Android phone when compared to a 1979 1 CPU Cray computer? Check out the article for the answer.

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GDC session slides now online-Mobile, OpenCL, COLLADA, OpenGL

All of the session slides from the 2010 GDC Khronos Group sessions are available online in PDF format. Slides sets available include:

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Rightware Debut’s OpenGL ES based Kanzi™ Cross-platform UI Solution at Mobile World Congress

Rightware will demonstrate ‘Mobile App Store’ application, designed and implemented using Kanzi user interface solution, running in various mobile devices at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona from February 15th through February 18th. Key advantage of the Kanzi solution is “design-once, deploy everywhere” cross-platform support for the leading mobile operating systems, including Android, Blackberry, Linux, Maemo, Moblin, iPhone OS, Palm Web OS, Symbian OS, and Windows Mobile. Kanzi solution is build on top of industry standard OpenGL ES graphics API. A video featuring some capabilities of Kanzi is available online.

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