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Wednesday, July 16, 2014
Samsung To Manufacture Qualcomm's Mobile Application Processors


South Korea's tech giant Samsung Electronics is expected to produce mobile application processors for Qualcomm Inc., industry sources said Wednesday.

Yonap News reported the deal today, without providing additional details.



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