All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘processors’

Mobile Market to Follow Apple’s 64-bit A7 Processor

The iPhone 5S was a disappointment for many Apple fans. Though the device undoubtedly contains better hardware than the iPhone 5, the iPhone 5S was more of an incremental improvement than the yearly leap iPhone lovers had become accustomed to. The biggest change in the latest iPhone was the implementation of Apple’s new 64-bit A7 processor. Though it is still …

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Intel Could be Ditching Atom Branding [RUMOR]

A new report from Taiwanese news outlet DigiTimes states that Intel is “considering” ditching the Atom brand name. The publication’s unnamed sources “from the upstream supply chain” stated that the decision may be based on the growing impression of Atom processors as low-end, having become associated with the sometimes low-quality products they can be found in. The report goes on …

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Nvidia’s Tegra 4 Isn’t Finding Support Among Smartphone Manufacturers [Rumor]

The major tech at CES 2013 wasn’t the 4K HD TVs or that awesome water display, but rather mobile processors. Nvidia, Qualcomm and Samsung all announced their respective next generation processors that will be powering smartphones and tablets in the near future. One of the companies, however, may be having some trouble in getting companies to support its latest processor. …

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Intel CEO Says Windows 8 Isn’t Ready For Release [Rumor]

We’re a little over a month away from the launch of Windows 8 on October 26. It’s the biggest change for the Redmond-based company since the launch of Windows 95. A lot is riding on this launch and Microsof has been pushing the operating system as hard as they can. Intel has been pushing right alongside them, but the processor …

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iPhone 5 Comes With New A6 Chip, Ups CPU Power By 2X

Apple finally unveiled the iPhone 5 today. You can get the full rundown here. In addition to a better camera, better battery life, better Wi-Fi and LTE connectivity, the device comes with a new A6 processor, which Apple says increases the CPU power by 2X. The graphics are also twice as fast, Apple says (compared to the A5). “With the …

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Android Developers Can Now Better Leverage The Power Of Snapdragon

Unless you’re one of the few owners of an Nvidia Tegra powered Android device, you’re probably using a Qualcomm processor. The company’s recent line of Snapdragon S4 processors operate as a system-on-a-chip and can be somewhat difficult to develop for. Qualcomm realizes this and is now making efforts to make it easier for developers to get the most out of …

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Snapdragon S4 Processor Launches In Four Tiers

It was announced back in February that Qualcomm, makers of fine mobile processors, would be releasing its Snapdragon S4 processor in the later half of the year. They also used it as an excuse to announce the S4 Pro that would offer more performance while still retaining the same architecture as the S4. The S4 Pro launched today alongside three …

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New Processors Could Be Made with Nano-Magnet Arrays

Scientists have taken an important step forward in developing a new material using nano-sized magnets that could ultimately lead to new types of electronic devices, with greater processing capacity than is currently feasible, in a study published in the journal Science. Now, researchers from Imperial College London have demonstrated that a honeycomb pattern of nano-sized magnets, in a material known …

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iPhone 5 Rumor: A6 Processors Supplied By Samsung?

According to industry sources, Apple will continue their relationship with Samsung and use their processors in the upcoming iPhone. The source said that Samsung is ramping up production of quad-core A6 processors, the Apple-designed chip, at their manufacturing plant in Austin, Texas. This is interesting, in large part, due to the ongoing legal battle between the two companies regarding so-called …

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Intel Shows Off Whole New Family of Processors

Intel has unveiled a whole new family of Intel Core Processors at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. These include Intel Turbo Boost technology for laptops, desktops, and embedded devices.

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