Global Statistics

All countries
238,123,670
Confirmed
Updated on 09/10/2021 1:33 pm
All countries
213,551,222
Recovered
Updated on 09/10/2021 1:33 pm
All countries
4,860,016
Deaths
Updated on 09/10/2021 1:33 pm

Global Statistics

All countries
238,123,670
Confirmed
Updated on 09/10/2021 1:33 pm
All countries
213,551,222
Recovered
Updated on 09/10/2021 1:33 pm
All countries
4,860,016
Deaths
Updated on 09/10/2021 1:33 pm

Google Develops Its Own Arm-Based Processors For Chromebooks, According To Report

Google introduced the Pixelbook Go, which runs Chrome OS, in 2019.

Sarah Tew / CNET

Google is reportedly working on its own processors for Chrome OS laptops and tablets. The tech giant could be deployed internal chips for Chromebooks, based on the Arm architecture, in 2023, according to a Wednesday report from Nikkei Asia.

Last month, google revealed that the Pixel 6 It will be powered by a new system on a chip that the company designed in-house, called Tensor. Google said that Tensor will improve computing power and strengthen the video capabilities of Pixel phones. Previous reports suggested that Google was also developing its own chips that could go in future versions of Chromebooks.

According to Nikkei, Google’s move was inspired in part by Apple’s success in using its own chips in iPhones, as well as Apple’s most recent change. from Intel chips to your own M1 design on Mac.

Google did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

See also: Are Chromebooks worth it? Here’s why they’re great for most laptop buyers

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