Samsung announces '10nm-class' LPDDR5
Aims at smartphones, AI.
Commissioned by AMD, naturally.
Partners with suppliers for 1GW of energy.
Microcomputer and microcontroller combined.
Cortex-A15 SoC to get CES or MWC launch.
ARM-based machine boasts impressive power.
Fast 1.7GHz boards due to launch this month.
Adapteva's parallel processing project going ahead.
Samsung has released specifications for its upcoming Exynos 5 Cortex-A15-based processor.
Hardkernel's ODROID-X costs significantly more than the Pi, but its performance could be worth the extra.
Nvidia is participating in a race to the bottom with Kai, a new reference design for a sub-$199 Tegra 3 tablet.
TSMC's 28nm ARM Cortex-A9 test chip has hit a high of 3.1GHz, a level hitherto unheard-of for ARM's designs.
The Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona has seen a whole host of new processors announced.
Toshiba has unveiled a Tegra 2 tablet featuring Android 3.0.
Apple's iPad 2 tablet is rumoured to be getting a 2,048 x 1,536 display and a dual-core CPU.
TI has officially launched its latest OMAP SoC, the OMAP4440 dual-core 1.5GHz chip.
Nvidia has released a white paper making the claim that dual-core CPUs can save power.
ARM has announced that it has worked with GlobalFoundries to produce a 2.5GHz chip.
Benchmark results purporting to be from HTC's up-coming Glacier have leaked out.
ARM has announced a deal with chip fabricator TSMC to produce new 28nm and 20nm chips.
Intel CEO Paul Otellini has reassured investors that it has nothing to fear from rival ARM.
Samsung is looking to create its own netbook processors based around ARM's Cortex series.
ARM has announced a partnership with AMD's fab spin-off Globalfoundries that will see the companies mass produce system-on-chip devices based around a 28nm process.
Industry sources claim that Nokia is looking to release a netbook based around the ARM processor family.
Comments from Microsoft's CEO point the finger at an ARM-compatible build of Windows 7 in the pipeline, with the company unwilling to give Linux a foothold in the market.
UK processor maker ARM has hinted strongly at a desire to move the Cortex A8 and A9 processor ranges out of smartphones and into netbooks.