Finally, an Intel Atom in a mobile from a major phone company, as Orange launches the ‘San Diego’, writes Steve Bush.
A cross-fertilisation of blogs… but this post has run on the Eyes on Android blog, ragerding Intel taking on ARM via a customised version of Android…
Intel is chasing low-power. As the archetypal chaser of speed, this transformation is not unlike a Frenchman saying he’s a one-woman guy.
Intel is nudging closer to mobile device power levels with this new Atom processor, writes Richard Wilson, editor of Electronics Weekly.
Intel is introducing a next generation Atom processors, previously codenamed Oak Trail, aimed at the tablet market, writes Jenny Williams of Computer Weekly.
Amino Communications is to launch an “add-on” set-top box to add new functions to existing pay-TV services, writes editor Richard Wilson.
The platform, codenamed Moorestown, consists of an Atom Z6xx series microcontroller (Lincroft) and an MP20 companion chip (Langwell), and is designed to scale across high-end smartphones and tablets computers, writes our Technology Editor, Steve Bush.