Tech giant Google is finally making the jump from software to devices. The search platform’s parent company, Alphabet, is reportedly creating a new division within Google to design new hardware devices.
With the technological ground shifting under their feet, some of Silicon Valley's enterprise giants made big moves in 2015, but none bigger than the granddaddy of them all, Hewlett-Packard.
A new laptop developed by HP and Google is targeting the market previously dominated by Apple’s MacBook Air. The HP Chromebook 13 is the first in that line to use one of Intel's Core m Skylake processors.
Several Silicon Valley semiconductor stalwarts cashed in their chips in 2015, again shrinking the number of companies in an industry faced with slowing sales and a slew of new challenges.
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