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Intel bringing 64-bit chipsets to Android in Q2 2014, CEO claims

In a conference call with analysts, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich had some good news. According to him — and we’d like to think he’d know — 64-bit Intel chips are coming to Android. While we’ve known that 64-bit was coming since various iOS devices launched with the technology last Fall, but Krzanich says the Android variety will be available this year.

NVIDIA Tegra K1 early benchmarks show it topping Intel Haswell

NVIDIA introduced the Tegra K1 last week during CES. While the Tegra K1 is following the Tegra 4, there is more to this than simply calling it a successor. Those looking back to CES will remember the Tegra K1 as the 192-core Super Chip. There was talk of the Tegra K1 being able to best those powering the current generation of top gaming consoles. But more to the point for today, it seems some early benchmarks have been revealed.

Google may be designing their own ARM server chipset

A new report suggests Google might be getting involved in the hardware game. Intel, the world’s largest chipset manufacturer, may be seeing competition from their fifth largest customer. Google is said to be eyeballing their own ARM design process, giving them an in-house hardware angle. At this time, the plans are said to be in the discussion phase only, so nothing is set.
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