IBM has confirmed that it is working with ARM to design a new generation of mobile processors optimized for both performance and power efficiency.
Intel is tapping its formidable x86 arsenal as it prepares a full frontal assault against rival ARM in the mobile market.
ARM-based chips are currently the undisputed heavyweight champions of the smartphone and tablet markets. But could x86 architecture and RISC-powered MIPS processors eventually challenge ARM's virtual lock on the lucrative mobile sector?
AMD is poised to launch an exploratory tablet campaign based on its next-gen "Bobcat" architecture.
Microsoft running Windows on ARM SoCs? Nvidia building a RISC-powered CPU? Yes, the industry message to Intel is crystal clear: We will no longer be bound by the shackles of x86 architecture.
Microsoft has redefined the traditional x86 Wintel paradigm by announcing that future iterations of its flagship Windows operating system will support ARM-based SoCs.
Nvidia has confirmed that it is developing a lineup of ARM-based CPUs designed to power personal computers, servers, and even supercomputers.
Microsoft will reportedly announce an ARM-friendly version of its flagship Windows operating system at CES 2011 in January.
Is the wild success of ARM-based tablets such as Apple's iPad slowly killing the traditional Wintel model?
Intel is reshuffling its mobile division in what could be a Sisyphean effort to challenge ARM's dominance in the lucrative marketplace.
Texas Instruments (TI) is firing up an ARM-based, dual-core processor that clocks in at a blazing 1.5GHz - per core.
PC market forecasters have lowered their previously enthusiastically high sales forecast for 2010 from an annual growth (over 2009) of 18% down to 14% - which is a 32% reduction.
I was looking at Imagination Technologies’ share price the other day and noticed that it went down, for the first time in almost a year and a half.
This souped-up, ARM-powered Lego 'bot is capable of solving a daunting Rubik's Cube puzzle in just 15 seconds.
Samsung recently showcased its next-gen Orion Cortex-A9 processor at ARM TechCon 2010.
ARM has introduced a next-gen Mali GPU that offers up to a 5x performance increase over current Mali graphics processors.
ARM CEO Warren East says that Intel's x86-based Atom processor is currently less efficient than RISC-powered mobile chips.
Intel currently dominates the PC market and is hoping to replicate its success in the tablet space.
Intel CEO Paul Otellini has acknowledged that the company's entry into the smartphone and tablet markets is likely to be an uphill battle as it struggles to compete against entrenched ARM-based devices.
Marvell Technology Group is planning to launch a tri-core, ARM-based processor targeted at the lucrative mobile device market.