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Qualcomm Chip Aims to Fuel Competitors of Apple

Qualcomm’s latest “Snapdragon” mobile processor is long on features for A.I. and photography and video that the company hopes may arm competition for Apple, Qualcomm’s suddenly contentious customer.
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