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The boss rush game comes to Nintendo's Switch. Is it any good?
Hardware translation just that efficient.
Massive performance increase promised.
Future SoCs will require far less power.
Eric Demers, former CTO of AMD's graphics division, has been picked up by Qualcomm to be the company's new VP of engineering.
Nvidia announces its intentions to enter the desktop CPU market, while Microsoft confirms ARM version of Windows.
ARM has confirmed that future chip designs will feature HyperThreading-like technology.
Norwegian company CUPP has announced a hybrid PC featuring both x86 and ARM chips.
ARM has revealed details of the Eagle, now known as the Cortex A15, application processor.
Samsung has announced a trio of new technologies heading for its smartphones.
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.
Intel's deal - inked last year - for TSMC to produce Atom processors is looking shaky.
ARM has announced a deal with chip fabricator TSMC to produce new 28nm and 20nm chips.
Samsung is looking to create its own netbook processors based around ARM's Cortex series.
Ubiquitous Corp. has unveiled a technology which offers ARM-based devices the ability to boot from a completely powered off state in under one second.
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.
IBM's partners, including AMD's former fabrication wing, GlobalFoundries, announce that they are developing 28nm chips.
Intel is allegedly planning to raise the price of the netbook staple Atom N270 CPU as it falls victim to the chip's unexpected popularity among OEMs.
Archos is planning to update its Internet Media Tablet range with a new ultra-slim device running Google's open-source Android OS.
Freescale is to launch a new CPU - the i.MX515 - based around ARM's Cortex-A8 system and aimed at the netbook market.
Canonical has announced that it is to create a special version of its Ubuntu Linux distribution aimed at netbooks using ARM's new Cortex A8 and A9 chips.