Last week, Google introduced a $35 device dubbed "Chromecast." Essentially, Chromecast plugs into HD TV's, "casting" online content from phones, tablets and laptops on to HD TVs.
Marvell and SanDisk are collaborating on a new generation of microservers for enterprise cloud storage.
Google has officially ditched Intel's x86 architecture for its rapidly evolving TV platform.
Marvell has debuted a quad-core, ARM-based cloud computing SoC. Known as the Armada XP, the chip integrates four 1.6GHz CPU cores with a host of I/O peripherals.
Marvell has introduced a souped-up, tri-core SoC for next-gen smartphones and tablets.
Marvell Technology Group is planning to launch a tri-core, ARM-based processor targeted at the lucrative mobile device market.
Best Buy is touting a $170 Internet media display that offers quick access to Pandora, Facebook, Photobucket and the Weather Channel.
Marvell and One Laptop per Child (OLPC) have teamed up to design a new family of low cost ($75), next-gen tablets that will be capable of operating on just a single watt of power.
A sleek Aigo MID running Nokia's Maemo Linux has been spotted in the wild.
The Walkshow NX7001 - which boasts a compact smartphone form factor - is powered by a Marvell PXA310 806MHz processor, 128MB DDR and NAND flash.
ARM is currently the undisputed heavyweight champion of the global mobile marketplace. However, the company has recently accelerated development of low-powered server chips in response to what it describes as "customer demand."
I flew down to Hollywood last Tuesday to attend the Marvell AVANTA launch.