Many of us wait all year for the football season to begin and we all have our favorite games and teams to watch. Now that the football season has started and for approximately 11 days of holiday season, starting December 18, 2011 the Mission Valley Stadium also known as the Qualcomm Stadium will be renamed to Snapdragon Stadium in honor of the San Diego wireless chip giant Qualcomm and their Snapdragon processor.
During this time at the Snapdragon Stadium you will have the chance to view many football games that will be view all over the world. Like the Chargers Sunday night game against Baltimore along with two college bowl games. The San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl (Dec. 21) and the Bridgepoint Education Holiday Bowl (Dec. 28). These are sure to be great games to watch no matter where you live.
But did you know that the Snapdragon processors by Qualcomm are the digital brains inside mobile devices made in over 300 cell phones. Brands like the Samsung, LG, Nokia and HTC all use this processor to control the applications and functionality of their cell phones. The Snapdragon processor by Qualcomm has been a direct competitor of the Intel chip, yet has found their home as the cell phone processor giant for many android cell phones used all around the world.
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