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Wireless chip-maker Qualcomm Inc.'s results for the latest quarter beat Wall Street's expectations, and its projections for the current quarter are also above analysts' estimates.
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Qualcomm Inc. said Wednesday that earnings in the latest quarter surged 39 percent, driven by a growing worldwide embrace of smart phones and tablets that run on high-speed data networks.
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Qualcomm Inc. is making a $3.2 billion bet on the continuing spread of Wi-Fi-connected gadgets _ think tablet computers, smart phones or even TVs _ into every corner of life in the 21st century.