When Microsoft’s chip design team goes to the moon

The chip design teams of Microsoft and Delphi have been working for nearly two decades to make a truly great-looking machine.

And while that work has resulted in some spectacular machines, like the Surface Pro 4, the team behind those devices is also known for making some pretty amazing devices.

Now, we’re getting closer to getting a look at the team’s next big project, a new version of Microsoft’s mobile chips.

The first Microsoft chip design to make it to the lunar surface was the XM8001 in the early 2000s.

Today, the company is developing a new design called XM-10, which is being built by Delphi, according to a press release.

Delphi is known for its cutting-edge chip design, which can be used in a wide variety of industries, including smartphones, cameras, sensors, and more.

Its chips also make up a lot of the chips used in Google’s Project Ara.

The new XM10 chip will be the first to be manufactured by the firm.XM- 10 is also one of several new designs that Microsoft is testing in its own labs, according, the press release notes.

Microsoft is also working with some companies to get more people on board with the project, the release says.

The company is also partnering with Intel to test chips in the lab.

In the future, the X-series chips will be used to power the HoloLens augmented reality headset.

The chips also should help improve the accuracy of Microsoft HoloLens software.

The X-10 will be released later this year.