Qualcomm unveils Snapdragon Ride computing platform for self-driving cars

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Qualcomm has unveiled a new computing platform for autonomous cars
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Qualcomm has unveiled a new computing platform for autonomous cars

The company will start shipping the system to automakers later this year

Qualcomm has unveiled a new computing platform, called Snapdragon Ride, which it claims will make it easier for vehicle makers to build self-driving cars. The new computing system was unveiled on Monday...

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