Hotswap your processor
Ahead of the second Project Ara developer’s conference in January, Paul Ermenko, project head, has shared a few more details about what…
Qualcomm has a huge lead in LTE silicon, but Intel made up a lot of ground today. It’s multimode LTE modem is now commercially available, giving 4G device makers the voice and 3G compatibility they need.
Semiconductor companies can’t just make chips anymore, they need to address the needs of consumers across devices, something that Chromecast enables.
As the needs for performance and power efficiency become more important, figuring out how to get the best hardware on the job without having to rewrite all your code becomes a problem computer science must solve. Is abstraction the answer?
A slew of news out this morning ranging from AT&T’s $1 billion expansion in its network, to Cisco’s update of its unified computing system highlights the need to invest in networking — both inside the data center and on the long haul fibers between them.
Over the last few years Mobile World Congress, the mobile phone industry trade show, has experienced a shift from being about mobile phones to being about always-on connectivity. Mobile broadband has changed the value of the mobile ecosystem and thus the players who care about it.
Marvell Technology said today that it’s figured out a way to deliver the first-ever quad-core ARM-based application processor for cell phones and other mobile devices. More cores equals more performance — Marvell says its quad-core ARM chips will deliver “gigahertz-plus” performance.
[qi:gigaom_icon_chip] Intel (s intc) this morning lifted estimates for its third-quarter revenue, saying it now expects sales of $9 billion, give or…