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Qualcomm Whether you're the average geek on the street, keeping up-to-date on the latest gadgetry, or you're in IT, struggling to deal with the influx of employee-owned devices, the odds are good that you're dealing with Qualcomm hardware. In addition to being one of the biggest manufacturers of smartphone and tablet processors, it's also a leader in designing and building modems for those devices. The company’s Snapdragon 800 mobile system-on-a-chip is reportedly set to power several upcoming flagship gadgets, including the Samsung Galaxy Note III and Sony Xperia Z1.

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