ARM-based server chips are on the way for AMD

AMD has publicly disclosed its strategy and roadmap in an effort to recapture critical server market share.

These "intelligent" glasses are designed for professors

Scientists at la Universidad Carlos III of Madrid (UC3M) have developed a system based on augmented reality that, thanks to intelligent glasses, enables a professor to see notes or comments on the contents of a lesson. Plus, he or she can see if the students understand explanations or if they are having doubts or difficulties.

Ubuntu hits Android PCs-on-a-stick powered by RK3188 quad-core chips

As we've previously discussed on TG Daily, Rockchip’s RK3188 quad-core processor is currently one of the fastest ARM Cortex-A9 chips available on the hyper-competitive market.

Android-powered Giayee TVB103 boasts VGA, HDMI output

The Giayee TVB103 is powered by a Rockchip ARM Cortex-A9 processor. Additional key specs include up to 2GB of RAM, 8-32GB of storage and a microSD card slot.

Dart-4460 system-on-module is powered by ARM's Cortex-A9 processor

Variscite has debuted what it describes as the smallest system-on-module currently on the market. Dubbed the DART-4460, this device is powered by an ARM Cortex-A9 processor and measures just 52mm x 17mm x 4.7mm, or about 2″ x 0.67″ x 0.18″, making it even smaller than the tiny Gumstix Overo Cortex-A8 system.

This quad-core Android PC-on-a-stick weighs in at $62

The QC802, a quad-core mini PC with 2GB RAM and 8GB Flash, can be snapped up for a cool $62, or $70 with shipping. The device is powered by a Rockchip RK3188 Cortex A9 SoC (1.6 Ghz) paired with an ARM Mali-400MP4 GPU.

Video: LEGO bricks with a Raspberry Pi brain

BrickPi - which recently surfaced on Kickstarter - is a platform that converts a standard Raspberry Pi into a robot.

AMD's FX-9590 CPU hits 5 GHz

AMD has debuted the first commercially available 5 GHz CPU processor, dubbed the FX-9590. These 8-core CPUs are targeted at gamers and high-end users looking to power their rigs with some of the fastest silicon available.

Video: Anki Drive is powered by artificial intelligence (AI)

During Apple's long-awaited WWDC 2013 keynote on Monday, Anki showcased a toy-video game hybrid that uses iOS and Cupertino's mobile devices to run a number of small, autonomous cars around a track.

Intel NUCs will have Haswell inside

Intel's NUC, or Next Unit of Computing, measures approximately 4″ x 4″ x 1.5″ and is currently powered by a wide range of Ivy Bridge processors.

The world's first large(wafer)-scale production of III-V semiconductor nanowire

An international research team has demonstrated a novel method to epitaxially synthesize structurally and compositionally homogeneous and spatially uniform ternary InAsyP1-y nanowire on Si at wafer-scale using metal-organic chemical vapor deposition (MOCVD).

Video: The Android-powered Pandora TV Box

The Pandora Box is a device designed to transform your TV into an Android-powered PC. With it, you can stream Internet video, surf the web and read emails. 

Video: Scanadu Scout is a medical tricorder for Android and iOS

Scanadu Scout had developed a medical tricorder designed to work alongside an iPhone or Android handset.

AMD eyes Chrome OS and Android

AMD has broadened its horizons and is looking beyond the myopic world of Windows exclusivity.

Gigabyte Brix: AMD Kabini or Intel Haswell?

The uber-mini Gigabyte Brix measures approximately 4.5″ x 4.2″ x 1.2″, with future versions of the device expected to offer support for either an AMD Kabini SoC or Intel Haswell chip (Core i3 - Core i7), along with 16GB of RAM and an mSATA SSD.

Report: Intel's Haswell chip is hotter and slower

The retail versions of Intel's Haswell chip reportedly run hotter and sip more power than pre-production silicon. In addition, the processors cannot (allegedly) be overclocked to the same speeds, while retail chips are "around 15°C" hotter than pre-production samples.

Intel's Thunderbolt 2 gets official

Intel has officially confirmed its next-gen Thunderbolt protocol will double the throughput of its predecessor, all while remaining fully backward compatible.

This Android mini-PC has a $60 price tag and an AllWinner A20 dual core chip

The Android-powered MK805 II or MINI XPlus H34 carries a sweet $60 price tag. Key hardware specs include an AllWinner A20 dual core SoC (1.2GHz), Mali-400 MP2 GPU, 1GB RAM, 4GB Flash and Android 4.2.2. (Jelly Bean).

Quad-core Rockchip processor powers this Android mini-PC

Kingnovel's $96 Android mini-PC is powered by Rockchip's RK3188 1.6 GHz quad-core processor, which is paired with ARM's Mali-400 MP4 GPU.

These magnetic monopoles erase data

A physical particle postulated nearly 80 years ago could help provide a decisive step toward the realization of novel, highly efficient data storage devices.