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iFixit: Google’s Project Tango Features Apple Chip
4/30/2014

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The Tango platform can handle a powerful 3,000 mAh battery, which is still large for a smartphone but smaller than other battery pack solutions, thanks to the ultra-low-power requirements of Movidius's vision coprocessors.(Source: iFixit)

The Tango platform can handle a powerful 3,000 mAh battery, which is still large for a smartphone but smaller than other battery pack solutions, thanks to the ultra-low-power requirements of Movidius's vision coprocessors.
(Source: iFixit)

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_hm
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Apple too uses Google maps
_hm   5/3/2014 4:07:32 PM
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Good synergy. They should work together and make more innovative products. Apple too used Google maps.

krisi
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krisi   5/1/2014 12:24:35 PM
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They probably know it ;-)... and still do it...makes business sense

shiramoo
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shiramoo   5/1/2014 8:51:04 AM
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For sure it is a clear deal

daleste
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daleste   4/30/2014 10:14:25 PM
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Not too surprising that an Apple chip is in the Google Tango.  Apple is big enough that one department may not know what another is doing.

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