Imagination Technologies has agreed to acquire the operating business of microprocessor firm MIPS Technologies, writes Richard Wilson.
X86 Processor Endgame
According to Gartner, Android will be used on more computing devices than Microsoft Windows within four years, writes Nicole Kobie on PC Pro.
The PC market was once the engine room of the global semiconductor market, writes Richard Wilson. But no longer.
It looks like Microsoft's Surface tablet, announced yesterday, will come in both ARM and Intel versions, writes Steve Bush.
Asus has introduced an Intel x86 / Windows variant of its Transformer tablet-cum-netbook to run alongside ARM / Android versions, writes Steve Bush.
Finally, an Intel Atom in a mobile from a major phone company, as Orange launches the 'San Diego', writes Steve Bush.
PocketNow.com caims to have got some images and details for a phone that will be Motoroal's first Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich-powered handset, which will be running Intel's new mobile Medfield platform.
At CES, Intel has announced that its new processor will be used by Motorola Mobility and Lenovo in upcoming Android-based smartphones, reports the BBC.
ARM processor-based embedded module designs need a new interface standard, says supplier Kontron.
Congatec, a major user of x86-based processors from Intel and AMD in its modules, says it now plans to increasingly use ARM technology. It is the latest embedded computer module firm to increase its dependence on ARM processors, writes Richard Wilson.