News of Note—Qualcomm still focused on data centers; Salesforce expands LiveMessage

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Qualcomm says it has no plans to abandon its efforts to create processors for data centers. (Pixabay)

Here are some other stories we're following: 

> Qualcomm has no plans to abandon its efforts to create processors for data centers, the company's president, who oversees the chip division, said. CNBC article

> Salesforce announced it has expanded local, in-country support to more geographies for Salesforce LiveMessage, a two-way mobile messaging product that lets consumers and brands connect via 1:1 messaging channels like SMS and Facebook Messenger. Release

> Shares in embattled Chinese telecom vendor ZTE lost nearly 42% of their value in Hong Kong as the company resumed trading and said it would replace all members of its senior management team. Light Reading article

> Bipartisan members of Congress last week introduced legislation to make more funding available for federal agencies to evaluate their use of spectrum. Wireless Week article

> has listed the Nokia 3.1 on its site for $159. The phone, announced last month, is available for preorder from the online retailer, but it won't ship until July 2. Phone Scoop post


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