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Anita Balakrishnan / CNBC:
Apple sues Qualcomm for ~$1B, says Qualcomm charged royalties for tech the chip giant didn't invent, retaliated for Apple's cooperation in Korean antitrust case
Hudson Hongo / Gizmodo:
President Trump reportedly trades in his Android phone, believed to be his primary tweeting device, for a Secret Service-approved device
Kate Conger / TechCrunch:
Viral selfie app Meitu requests permissions like GPS, call, and carrier info that are unrelated to core use, raising questions from security and privacy experts
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