Google, in collaboration with Samsung, is working to produce its own silicon chips for its flagship Pixel smartphone and Chromebook laptops, according to an Axios report on Tuesday. Currently, Google uses processors from Qualcomm. But the new Google chips could come standard in Pixel phones as soon as next year, the report said. Codenamed “Whitechapel,” the Google-designed chips could give the...
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Amazon’s No-Fly Zone: Drone Delivery Largely Grounded Despite Splashy Launch
Amazon in December announced with great fanfare that, after nearly a decade of work, it had finally launched drone delivery in the U.S., in two towns in California and Texas. But by mid-January, Amazon Prime Air had made deliveries to fewer than 10 houses, according to people who worked on the project. Despite what Amazon has said publicly about regulatory approvals for the drone effort, the...
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