Qualcomm plans M1 chip killer — thanks to ex-Apple employees


While Qualcomm makes chips that appear in a handful of Windows devices — including the Surface Pro X — it’s fair to say that the company isn’t as prominent on laptops as it is in the world of mobile, where it powers all of the best Android phones. 

But the company’s new CEO, Cristiano Amon, has outlined his plans to change that in an interview with Reuters. He told the publication that he believes Qualcomm can design the best chip on the market, and the plan to take on both Intel and Apple’s M1 laptops intriguingly hinges on the acquisition of a company started by some of Apple’s own chip building alumni.

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