FreeBSD doesn't trust Intel and Via processors

FreeBSD operating system developers have decided that they will no longer allow users to trust processors manufactured by Intel and Via to provide random numbers.

Via debuts ARM-powered WonderMedia PRIZM SoC

Via has debuted an ARM-powered SoC known as the WonderMedia PRIZM WM8950. The dual-core A9 processor - clocked at 1.2Ghz - is paired with a Mali-400MP2 GPU.

VIA debuts APC Paper and Rock, where are the scissors?

Back in August 2012, Via rolled out its ARM-powered APC computer board at a sweet $49 price point. 

VIA ARTiGo goes quad-core

VIA has rolled out a revamped x86-powered ARTiGo that offers support for Windows and various flavors of Linux.

Via's Pico-ITX board has a QuadCore x86 chip

Via has debuted a new Pico-ITX board that’s about the size of a Raspberry Pi mini-PC. 

The EPIA-P910 is powered by a 1 GHz (64-bit) QuadCore E-Series x86 18W processor paired with Chrome 640 graphics.

VIA preps $49 Android bare-bones PC

VIA Technologies is preparing to ship a small neo-ITX bare-bones Android PC priced at an impressively cheap $49.

Via’s ARTiGO A1200 is a slim fanless PC

Via has rolled out the ARTiGO A1200, a small fanless desktop PC measuring just 9.6″ x 4.8″ x 1.2″ and weighing a paltry 2.6 pounds.

VIA outs tiny cheap Android PC

If you're a big fan of the Android operating system, mainboard and small form factor PC maker VIA has a new and very cheap computer designed to run Android that might pique your interest.

Via debuts power conscious quad-core x86 chip

Via has debuted a power conscious 40nm quad-core x86 processor targeted at the mainstream PC and notebook market.

Intel's consent decree: Intel will be changed

In reading through the Intel Consent Decree I’m reminded of both the years I spent interpreting and writing documents like this and how glad I am they are past me.   

Via optimizes online streaming with new media processor

Via has introduced a new media system processor designed to optimize HD online streaming without the use of third-party decoders.