The clip was shown playing on a tablet running the new 800 series chips, somewhat justifying his presence. Del Toro also talked about how technology and digital effects are "allowing creation to keep up with the imagination."
Former Archbishop Tutu appeared in a video-taped segment when Jacobs was discussing Qualcomm's Tricorder X Prize, a competition to build a handheld device that can monitor and diagnose health issues.
"Mobile is going to have a transformative impact on health here and in Africa," Tutu said.
Maroon5 played out the evening with its song "Payphone."
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