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Drive US and Drive Europe are holding talks with Chinas Huawei for licenses to use the China-made system-on-a-chip (SoC) chips used in the Drive chips, rather than Qualcomms chips, according to the Nikkei Asian Review. Huawei helped design the chips used in Drive US and Drive Europe, the Japanese newspaper said. It said China-based Huawei also played a role in programming the chips. Details on the talks are not yet known.

Ericsson is ditching Mediatek's chips in favor of the European chipmaking joint venture that supplies chips for all of Apple's iPhones. As reported by Reuters, the Swedish tech firm said it will move to Intel chips for new mobile phones to be released in 2017 and 2018. Ericsson did not say which mobile handsets would be fitted with the new chips. Silicon makers Mediatek and Arm are at the forefront of SoC development. Their chips are in many of the key portable devices that are the must-have items on today's smartphone and tablet markets.

While AT&T's pilot project won't get to cities until the end of 2017, it could have commercial applications much sooner. In a recent demonstration at the Consumer Electronics Show, AT&T showed off its new demonstration phones powered by the Segway chips. The AT&T team had Segway chips encased in what looks like an iPhone-sized device, and you can watch a video of the whole thing in action:

In addition, the company incorporated software from another automotive start up Aurora OpenDrive into the Drive chip. Aurora, whose "smarter infotainment" platform provides navigation, entertainment, and location services, is now owned by Intel. Intel's McAfee unit bought the start up a few years ago. Aurora also has a partnership with NVIDIA. 3d9ccd7d82


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