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Intel's dominance in supercomputers threatened by mobile chips

Mobile chips might play a key role in the next generation of supercomputers, according to The MIT Technology Review. Powerful computers used by governmental agencies, educational institutions and major industries consume enormous amounts of power, and the speed at which they can move data is becoming limited. So mobile chips that require less power may lay the foundation for faster, more powerful computers.

Qualcomm claims China's Meizu violated its patents

Qualcomm said it filed a complaint against Meizu claiming the small Chinese smartphone vendor used the San Diego-based chipmaker's patented technologies in its 3G and 4G handsets without paying for them.

Net neutrality advocates target zero-rated offerings from Verizon, T-Mobile, others

Net neutrality advocates delivered 100,000 letters to the FCC from internet users urging the commission to clamp down on Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Comcast for offering zero-rated data services.

Sharp to begin production of OLED panels next year, potentially benefiting Apple

Sharp will begin shipping OLED panels next year in a move that may give Apple a third potential supplier of displays for the iPhone.

Walmart Pay expands to more than a dozen states

Walmart continued to expand its mobile wallet initiative over the last week, rolling out the service to stores in more than a dozen states.

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