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According to a new report, Google is working on chips that could go into future versions of pixel phones and Chromebooks.
According to axios.
Google has made significant progress and could have its own processor powering a Pixel phone as soon as next year.
Chromebooks running on the chip potentially later on codenamed white chapel.
The outlet reports that the chip was created in partnership with Samsung and uses a 5 nanometer process.
Apple and Google are working together on a major effort to stop the spread of COVID-19 that uses signals from people’s phones to warn them if they’ve been in contact with someone who’s tested positive.
The joint project takes advantage of two of the world’s most popular operating systems, Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android to potentially reach billions of people.
The tool will use Bluetooth radio technology to support apps that will be developed by public health authorities.
Google and Apple will initially begin releasing updates in May.
The tech giant said during a joint briefing on Monday.
And finally Oneplus 8 Pro reviews are out.
The 8 Pro is of course the step up model as one plus also released a standard version of the company’s flagship phone.
On the 8 Pro our editor really loves its reverse and wireless charging features a silky smooth 120 hertz display and it’s water resistant.
Since however its color filter camera is a bit of a mixed bag, and more you can read the reviews and stay up to date with the latest by visiting CNET.