Google says it’s expanding its chip-maker’s chip-making capabilities
Google is expanding its work with chip maker ARM, according to Axios.
The tech giant says it will work with ARM to help the chipmaker improve its chips for mobile devices, which include phones, tablets and computers.
The news comes in the wake of the company’s announcement of its acquisition of chip maker Broadcom in a $7.5 billion deal earlier this month.
The news comes as Google, Facebook and others have begun pushing chips that incorporate advanced processors.
The chips will likely help Google’s phones and tablets compete against companies like Apple and Samsung, which are expected to launch new smartphones this year.
The company also recently announced plans to add more than 5 million new computers and expand its chips.