Marketplace Tech for Friday, January 11, 2013

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International CES has wrapped, but there are still stories to tell. For instance how the startup Veveo's schedule got even more jam packed with clients for its predictive software at the annual event, and how bad chip maker Qualcomm's keynote presentation really was in the final judgment. Also, MIT has invented a new process of bending light on a computer chip, which means we're a step closer to hologram televisions, biomedical imaging, and predictive or autonomous driving. 

Qualcomm makes a splash at CES, MIT moves us closer to hologram TVs

At CES, Qualcomm gives a baffling keynote and start up Veveo gets a boost. Also, MIT has invented a new process of bending light on a computer chip, which means we're a step closer to hologram televisions, biomedical imaging, and autonomous driving.
Posted In: CES, MIT, holograms, mobile phone