SolidRun has introduced an upgraded version of its ARM-powered CuBox.
Samsung is fast becoming associated with all things Gogole and Chrome.
Giada is well known for manufacturing small-form factor desktop computers. However, up until now Giada's PC desktops have been primarily powered by x86 chips and designed to run Windows or Linux as the default operating system.
Synopsys and Samsung have taped out the first test chip based on the latter company's 14LPE process.
Bodhi can best be described as a lightweight Linux flavor coded to run across a wide range of hardware.
The UK-based ARM has teamed up with Gemalto and Giesecke & Devrient (G&D) to form a new company known as Trustonic.
Codenamed Wayne, Nvidia's next-gen ARM-based (Cortex A-15) Tegra chip will reportedly boast a total of 72 GPU cores.
There are currently three primary Chromebooks on the market: Samsung's ARM-powered device, Acer's $199 Intel x86-based (Celeron 847) laptop and Acer's $300 C710-2605 which apparently rolled out earlier today.
The Taiwanese-based MediaTek has debuted the MT6589, a quad-core System on a Chip (SoC) targeted at mid to high-end Android smartphones and tablets.
Linus Torvalds has announced the official release of Linux Kernel 3.7.
China-based chip manufacturer Allwinner recently introduced two new processors: the dual-core A20 and the quad-core A31.
Microsoft's Intel x86 Windows 8 Surface Pro tablet apparently boasts only half the battery life of the less expensive Surface RT which is powered by Nvidia's power-conscience (ARM) Tegra chip.
A joint effort by Microsoft and Intel to challenge Apple's wildly popular iPad in the highly lucrative tablet market seems to have gotten off to a very slow start.
The world's first thought-controlled robotic arm is due to be implanted in a patient this winter.
Samsung's ARM-based Exyonos can be found in Google's new Chromebook, the Nexus 10 tablet and even Mont-Blanc's upcoming supercomputer.
Samsung's ARM-based Exyonos chipset powers Google's new Chromebook, the Nexus 10 tablet and even Mont-Blanc's upcoming supercomputer.
Just weeks after Samsung began shipping its ARM-powered Chromebook, Acer has announced a $199 Intel x86-based (Celeron 847) laptop that runs Google's Chrome-centric operating system.
The mini-PC market is booming with a slew of ARM-powered Android bare-bones boards - and Intel clearly wants in on the fun, albeit with an x86 twist.
Reports of Apple ditching Intel x86 chips for more power efficient ARM-based Macs have been circulating for years now.
Microsoft is reportedly prepping an indigenously designed 7-inch gaming tablet tentatively named "Xbox Surface."