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Google reportedly considering a move to in-house server processor design
Google could potentially design its its server processor chips in-house some day, according to a new report by Bloomberg. The move would be an interesting one, as Google has typically relied on Intel chips to power its servers. Any major changes are likely several years down the road, but just
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Microsoft veteran Greg Nelson claims that the rumor about Microsoft leaving the ad business has spun out of control and couldn't be less true. At least not anymore.
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