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The Telegraph has a round-up. Dish fave:

Qualcomm, an American wireless telecommunications research and development company, is behind viral Internet videos which surfaced this week appearing to show incidents of severe butterfly attacks in various locations across the USA.

The videos confront witty reports that their own prototype of Mirasol display is responsible for triggering aggression from the insects.

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