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Samsung looks like it could be planning to release a couple Exynos 4 Tizen handsets.
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Earlier today, we noted that photos of what was claimed to be the bare logic board of the iPhone 5S had surfaced, showing some changes to the board's layout compared to the iPhone 5 and perhaps even a slight narrowing of the board itself.
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Samsung's already doing a pretty good job selling its new flagship GS4, not to mention preparing a Google-fied stock version for the summer.
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The pure version of Tizen 2.0 is far from finalized, yet there already seems to be an alternative skin designed to sit on top of it.
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ARM makes a number of chip announcements at Computex, including a next-generation processor for mid-range smartphones.
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It’s all-change for AMD‘s APU line-up for mainstream and performance notebooks in 2013, as the company attempts to hit Intel where it hurts with chips that, bang for buck, offer more performance from less power.
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Ahead of Intel's next generation of CPUs, AMD announces new chips, formerly code-named Temash, Kabini, and Richland.
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Samsung is rumored to be preparing a new Galaxy Tab tablet to debut in the coming months. Earlier reports claimed the device would be equipped with a 10.
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Analysts Increasingly Pessimistic With Future of Windows RT is a post by Chuong Nguyen from Gotta Be Mobile.
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Intel announced today their new Silvermont microarchitecture, a new design for 22nm Tri-Gate SoC chips.
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Today was a good day for bullish views on Intel. There was Deutsche Bank‘s Ross Seymore writing about the probable rise in the company’s share of tablet computer microprocessors; and there was Wells Fargo‘s David Wong writing that investors don’t fully understand the promise in Intel’s broad line of chips.
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We're no strangers to AMD's embedded processors, designed for specialist applications such as casino gaming and dashboard infotainment systems.
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Despite the shuttering of its only announced customer, ST-Ericsson, the German AR firm Metaio says it expects its dedicated processors to be in mobile devices by the end of the year.
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Apple Inc. (AAPL) stock fell to its lowest price since December 2011 today following a report from Cirrus Logic, a producer of chips used in the iPhone and iPad, that it was dealing with an inventory surplus.
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According to a new report Intel has started shipping its latest Haswell chip to PC manufacturers. Though it has not officially been confirmed yet by Intel, the chips have reportedly started reaching major manufacturers and products based on it are expected to launch this quarter.
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Warren East has overseen a sharp rise in the fortunes of ARM Holdings plc over the last few years, but tonight the company announced he will step down effective July 1st.
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Intel's new Atom chips will have twice the computing power and three times the graphics of last year's model.
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Recent years have taught us that NVIDIA is a company that likes to brag about how many design wins their chips are racking up, but there was no mention of any OEM partners with today’s announcement of Tegra 4i — their first mobile processor with an integrated LTE modem.
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Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang readily admits the lack of an integrated processor-modem is holding the company back in the smartphone market.
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It's Superbowl week so it’s time to talk about chips – the ones that go in "smart" things, not the ones eaten by Americans.
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