ARM introduced its CoreLink CCN-504 cache coherent network this morning at the Linley Tech Processor Conference in San Jose, California.
AMD has officially debuted its Z-60 (Hondo) Accelerated Processing Unit (APU), an x86 chip designed specifically for small form factor PCs and tablets as thin as 10mm.
Linaro is a not-for-profit (NFP) engineering organization tasked with consolidating and optimizing open source for ARM architecture, such as the Linux kernel, power management, graphics and multimedia interfaces.
The folks at Wandboard are rolling out a new Freescale i.MX6 Solo/Dual based ARM Cortex-A9 development board with a 1Ghz processor.
Inspired by the Raspberry Pi and Arduino, the Adapteva team has set out to build an ARM-powered "supercomputer" for the masses in an attempt to democratize access to parallel computing.
"Clover Trail is massive, so big that it is not economically viable in the markets [Intel] is fighting for."
Rockchip is currently sampling a 28nm HKMG RK31xx processor, just months after shipping its RK3066 dual-core chip with a quad-core Mali-400 GPU.
Apple's mobile iOS devices are currently powered by RISC-based ARM architecture. However, Cupertino's iMac and MacBook lineups are still powered by Intel x86 processors.
Intel is apparently eyeing ARM's big.LITTLE architecture as a potential paradigm for placing different cores a single x86 die.
A new report is claiming that Apple's recently unveiled iPhone 5 is actually powered by a custom ARMv7 core, rather than a design based on ARM's Cortex-A15 architecture.
Apple's long-awaited iPhone 5 is apparently powered by an indigenously designed A6 processor based on ARM's dual-core Cortex-A15 chip architecture.
A prominent industry analyst has issued a wary assessment of Intel's (x86) PC prospects in a mobile world increasingly dominated by ARM-powered smartphones and tablets.
The tech market is awash with small and cheap Android-powered devices capable of functioning as full-fledged media centers.
NASA's Curiosity Mars rover is taking a break from driving to prepare for full use of the tools on its arm.
The dominance of the Intel-Microsoft cartel is slowly waning, with the two industry heavyweights forced to play catch-up with rivals in a brave new mobile era.
The smartphone market is currently dominated by ARM-powered devices, rather than x86 handsets.
Who remembers the Commodore 64/128? Ditto for the ZX Spectrum. Two fully-functioning computers packed into a keyboard form factor. Ah, those were the 8-bit days.
Last October, ARM disclosed technical details about its new v8 architecture - which is the first to include a 64-bit instruction set.
Lenovo recently confirmed what the mobile industry has long suspected: ARM-powered tablets running Windows RT will be $200-$300 cheaper than their x86 Windows 8 counterparts.
VIA’s APC can best be described as a bare-bones computer board powered by an 800 MHz WonderMedia WM8750 ARM11 processor, 512MB of RAM and 2GB of storage.