The future of rap chips is ‘the future of life’

With more than 20 million users around the world, the world’s most popular rap song has become the fastest-selling song in history.

Rap chips, which use a chip in the singer’s voice to create a beat, have been around for years but now, with the launch of new products, it’s possible to make a rap chip that works with smartphones.

READ MOREThe music industry has been slow to embrace the chips, as there’s no obvious way to control how the music is played.

But the chip-maker Qualcomm, which made the chip, says it’s now working on a new way to make the music play more easily on phones and tablets.

A new chip-making process is the result of a collaboration between Qualcomm and a company called the R&DRIVE, which is also responsible for the chips for smartphones.

The two companies are developing an “in-memory memory” that they hope will be able to store a song’s content and control it when the smartphone is turned off.

It’s an exciting development, but it’s not clear yet how much of a role in this new chip will come from Qualcomm.

The R&DROVE chip is currently available on iPhones and iPads.

But the chip is far from the only one in the world.

Google’s Android phones use chips from Qualcomm to power their phones.

In the past, the company has worked on a similar chip called QS8000, which was also used by Google’s Pixel phones.

Google is also developing a new “mobile network” called MIPI, which will enable the chips to be embedded in other phones and tablet devices.

In the future, Qualcomm says it will also be working on chips for the internet of things.

The technology is similar to the one used by Apple’s new iPhones, but its not clear whether Qualcomm’s chips will have the same impact.

The future of music will be “not the same” as it is now, according to Qualcomm.

But Qualcomm says the technology is now on the verge of being used in “an ever-growing number of mobile devices”.

The R&amps is the latest in a series of startups to work on chip-based devices.

Last year, a startup called Baidu, founded by a former Google executive, created an app that lets you send tweets.

Baidu and the Rampers also collaborated on a chip that would allow music streaming.

And in 2015, a company named Arup developed an app called SoundCloud, which lets you upload audio and play it back from the internet.

And while some of these startups have tried to build their own chips, Qualcomm has largely stuck to working with existing chipmakers.

This means it has the most experience and expertise in the field, and it’s the one that has made the most progress.

For now, though, the technology looks promising.

Qualcomm’s CEO, John Saw, said last year that the company’s goal was to have the chip in every smartphone by 2021.