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Chip makers, like Qualcomm, have been hit by the slowdown of smartphone sales. But the company's CEO says focusing on more sophisticated computing tasks, like supporting artificial intelligence, and virtual reality are the company’s future.

Cristiano Amon spoke with Wall Street Journal senior personal tech columnist Joanna Stern at MWC. Zoe Thomas of WSJ Tech News Briefing hosts.

Photo: Maurizio Martorana for The Wall Street Journal

0:00 Chipmaker Qualcomm could pivot to new territory as smartphone sales fall
1:05 What is the future of the smartphone market?
3:40 What does Qualcomm’s VR future look like?
4:45 When can users expect to see sleeker VR technology?
5:40 What does Qualcomm offer automakers?

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