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Reuters/John Locher Apple has a patent for an audio-toomie chip that can record sound and translate it to text on a device.

But a number of companies are already developing audio-based chips for phones and tablets.

And the best way to create one might be to design it yourself.

There are several companies that have developed such audio chips for iPhones, including Apple, Sony and Micromax.

All of them have patents that cover the process for creating custom audio chips.

But for some reasons, they’re not widely available.

For example, Micromac is developing its own chip to translate text into text on iPhones.

The company has been granted patents for its “sound-toon audio system,” but only Micromakets chip can record speech for use in the iPhone, according to a blog post by Micromakeets founder and CEO Jonathan Latham.

Latham told Business Insider that Micromacon chips could be used to make a device that translates text into voice, but that the process would be a lot more complicated than the one for creating the audio chip for iPhones.

The reason why the patents haven’t been made available is because they’re proprietary, he said.

The chip design process itself could be quite expensive, and that could be prohibitively expensive.

But the chip itself could also be free.

To make a chip, Latham said, you first need to find a company that is willing to license the technology to you.

For Micromacs chip, the license is worth around $2,500 per chip, according the Micromania blog post.

The licensing costs are typically about $1,500 to $3,000 per chip for a typical chip.

“That’s the reason why I’ve been reluctant to publicly share Micromack patents, and why I’m not releasing them publicly,” Latham told us.

The licensing fee is typically $1 to $2 per chip per company.

It can be difficult to find companies willing to take on that licensing cost.

But Micromas licensing fee would be about the same for a company with $100 million in revenue.

The problem with that license price is that it’s not cheap.

If you had a company like Samsung or HTC that were willing to pay $1 million for a chip like the Micomac, you might be able to make it work.

But those companies aren’t making chips for smartphones.

Instead, Lantz said, Micronak has been working with the semiconductor industry to find ways to make chips that could work on phones and other phones with embedded audio.

That means that the chip will need to be able “to translate speech into text,” but it will also need to have a lot of processing power.

Lantz said that in the next few months, he expects to start work on a new chip for iPhone and other devices with embedded sound, including the Nexus 5, which he hopes to release in 2019.

“The next wave of products that will come out of the next couple of years will be the Nexus devices, which will be audio-capable,” he said, according with a transcript provided by Micronania.

“And it will be a chip with the ability to perform voice translation.”

As for how that chip will look like, it will need some sort of translation chip to handle that task.

But Latham has not yet decided how he will do that.

“I have a few different ideas, but they’re all based on the same thing,” he told us, according.

“One of them is that the translation chip will be something like the Google translation engine.”

“I think we’re going to find out more about the way we will do it, but we’re in the process of exploring different ideas.”

Micromakas chip could be the first step toward making a chip that works with embedded voice, he added.

But it’s a pretty early start.

Lathans patent does not describe the process by which the chip is built, but it does describe a method of creating the chip, and it does explain how to use it in the phone and on a tablet.

The process can be found in a paper by Micomakets co-founder and CEO John Latham, according in the Micronakeets blog post, titled “A sound-tooomie audio system for iPhone.”

But the patents also outline a process for building the chip.

For instance, the first stage of the process is to find someone willing to work on the project, Lathan said.

He also said that the patent includes a step-by-step process for developing the chip for that specific phone.

“So the first thing that we need to do is find someone who is going to be willing to be involved in the development of a sound-totheoomies audio system that will be able, at some point, to be integrated into the phone,” he explained.

“We’ve identified two people that have