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From the way we communicate with people to the way we interact with the things around us, mobile changes everything. And Qualcomm is helping shape this new, connected world… engineering ground-breaking mobile chipsets and software… developing enabling technologies such as augmented reality, ad-hoc networking and context awareness… and creating solutions to tackle the growing demand for mobile data.

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