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Latest ARM news

  • Qualcomm announces Snapdragon 808 and 810

    The Snapdragon 810  has a quad-core ARM Cortex-A57 paired alongside four Cortex-53 CPUs. The cores will support the asymmetric operating modes that ARM came up with in 2013.
  • Microsoft employee gave secrets to blogger

    In July and August 2012, Kibkalo uploaded proprietary software including pre-release software updates of Windows 8 RT and ARM devices, as well as the Microsoft Activation Server Software Development Kit (SDK) to a computer in Washington and subsequently to his personal Windows Live SkyDrive account.
  • ARM wrestles with Intel on micro servers

    AMD is ready to release an ARM-based server platform in the fourth quarter and the dark satanic rumour mill suggests that it is going to give Chipzilla a kicking on price.
  • Mozilla to trash smartphone market

    Spreadtrum, a Chinese chipset developer, has built a chipset featuring a System-on-a-Chip reference design for FireFox OS using ARM designs capable of TD-LTE/TD-SCDMA/EDGE/GPRS and lowly GSM protocols.
  • MediaTek looks to US mobile market

    While many mobile chip designers are proudly showing off their four core designs, MediaTek's MT6595 chip has eight processing cores, four of which are using ARM's latest a17 design.
  • AMD sets date for ARM Opterons

    AMD has revealed additional details about its upcoming server-class Opteron microprocessors code-named "Seattle" with ARMv8 micro-architecture.
  • ARM gets interested in CeRAM

    ARM Holdings is apparently snuffling around a new non-volatile memory technology that could scale further and perform better than flash memory and resistive RAM (ReRAM)
  • Nvidia gets even more open saucy

    The Tegra K1 is uses Kepler-based graphics and should be rather powerful. Nvidia has already been supporting their binary graphics driver on ARM for several months, but now to complement its official high-performance binary graphics driver is Nouveau graphics driver support for this SoC has not been
  • AMD preps eight-core ARM sample

    AMD's Andrew Feldman has told the assorted throngs at the fifth annual Open Compute Summit that the company is preparing to sample its new eight-core ARM SoC with the codename of Seattle.
  • Google already has serious glass competition

    The ChipSiP Smart Glass is powered by integrated 5-in-1 system SiP which is a dual-core 1.2 GHz ARM based application processor, 2 units of DDR3L and 2 units of NAND. It has a 720p transparent display, wireless, GPS, 9-axis sensor, camera and microphone in a very small space.
  • Intel has 64 bits for Android

    Intel  is still struggling to find its way in the smartphone market, which is dominated by ARM. It moved to Android as the OS of choice for smartphones running on its chips, and getting to 64-bit could give the chipmaker a head start over rivals.
  • Intel designs dual OS chips

    It is also a little behind on the technology. AMD announced a partnership with BlueStacks to run a fullscreen and windowed Android apps within Windows itself. This is done by using an ARM processor core inside new AMD chips that can run some Android code natively.
  • Broadwell-DE embedded into motherboards

    Next year will see it have to deal with ARM which will be releasing its own server chips.
  • Get a supercomputer for $99

    It has 1GB of RAM, 2 USB 2.0 ports, a microSD slot, an HDMI connection, and a 10/100/1000 Ethernet port – all pretty standard. But Parallela has an ARM A9 processor with a 64-core Epiphany Multicore Accelerator, which helps the board achieve around 90 gigaflops.
  • Microsoft to kill RT

    Windows has put its ARM based Windows RT on death row in favour of Windows Phone and Windows 8
  • Intel has totally lost the plot

    CommentOn the one hand, Intel is still making feeble attempts to compete with the ARM band such as Qualcomm, Samsung and the rest, but handset vendors have been deeply reluctant to throw themselves into the Chipzilla camp.
  • Intel will make rivals' chips

    It had previously said that it will not allow competitors access to Intel's leading-edge factories and would not make chips based on designs from Intel rival ARM.
  • HP shows off its Moonshot

    At least that was what HP executives were saying when they first introduced their Project Moonshot in 2011. At the time the news about the project was that HO was partnering with ARM-based chipmakers like Calxeda and not Intel and AMD's x86-based chips.

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