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More than a year ago, I saw a San Diego start-up demo their video compression algorithms by delivering full motion video (acutally a clip from Air Force One) over a wireless link to a Palm VII. The quality was suprisingly good. Do you think QCOM could be working in this cinema bowling alley to help position a combination of 3G wireless and compressed video delivery?

Think about the recent Lucent commercial of a guy watching his kid's soccer game from the hotel room and then think about the broader market for video streamed to your wirless equipped laptop, PDA, net appliance, etc.

Could this be the first stage of a potential open proprietary architecture which combines QCOM technology for wireless and video compression?
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