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Snapchat's Ad Revenue, Android Becoming Even More Accesible, Qualcomm Fires Back at Apple, Chatime to be Replaced

Angeline Teh | Arvindh Yuvaraj | Audrey Raj

24-Jan-17 12:00

Snapchat's Ad Revenue, Android Becoming Even More Accesible, Qualcomm Fires Back at Apple, Chatime to be Replaced

In today’s Enterprise Biz Bytes, Angeline Teh, Arvindh Yuvaraj and Audrey Raj talk about: 

WPP chief executive revealed that clients spent US$90mil on Snapchat last year 

•All Chromebooks launching in 2017 will be compatible with Android applications

Qualcomm fires back at Apple for their 1 billion dollar lawsuit against them
•Loob Holdings are planning on creating a new brand to replace Chatime


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Tags:  Sir Martin SorrellWPPSnapchatChromebooks2017AndroidCompatibilityQualcommApplelawsuitFTCLoob HoldingChatimeEnterprise Biz BytesEconomy, MarketsTechnology news, reviews


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