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Android 64-bit support may not be that far off

Apple announced the iPhone 5s last week, which as some will remember, has an A7 processor and support for 64-bit. This of course brought the follow-up chatter regarding the move to 64-bit on the mobile side. We have already heard from Samsung on the topic. Samsung has pledged future support for 64-bit, however despite Apple already having made the official announcement, it looks like Android may not be that far behind.

Intel aims for wearables, hires ex Nike FuelBand and Oakley designers

Wearable computing looks to be the next big thing, whether we want it to be or not. With smartwatches like the Galaxy Gear and Omate TrueSmart, Google Glass eye wear, and more, everyone is taking notice. One that we've heard rumors about in the past is Intel, who's keeping a close eye on the smartwatch and wearable computing initiative. And now we've learned they just hired a few key components for their team.

GSmart 7 tablet touts Intel Atom, rumored to launch soon

There will never be a dearth of mid- to low-end tablets that has just enough "oomph" to get your mobile needs satisfied without making your wallet groan. One such example is this GSmart 7 tablet that tipped to be coming in the near future, sporting specs that will hopefully have a matching price.

Ramos unveils four Android tablets, powered by Intel

Chinese manufacturers don't exactly have a stunning reputation when it comes to consumer electronics, but that hasn't stopped them from trying to fill the market with sometimes redundant and sometimes unique devices. One such manufacturer is Ramos who is announcing four new tablets which, unlike majority of Android tablets, are running on an Intel platform.

Google Chrome OS gets new lineup of Haswell-powered devices

The Intel Developers Forum was filled not just with revelations of the manufacturer's upcoming chips but also with announcements of new devices, including a series of notebooks and a PC box running Google's Chrome OS and powered by Intel's latest fourth generation "Haswell" Core processors. This time, ASUS and Toshiba are joining the fray of companies touting Chrome OS devices which now totals six manufacturers.

Intel Bay Trail quad-core processors set to bring power to Android tablets

Intel has struggled with the mobile markets, but their new chip today aims to fix that. Earlier this year Intel released their new Haswell 4th gen processors which finally brought serious power and battery life to laptops and ultrabooks. Today they company announced their new hybrid chip for laptops and tablets both called Bay Trail, which they hope can deliver the same boost to mobile devices.

Intel prepping a selection of Bay Trail Atom tablets by years end

While much of the tech world has been focused on what Apple was doing today, they weren't the only company showing off new technology. Looking aside from the iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S, there was also the Intel Developer Forum keynote which took place today in San Francisco. Intel had a few interesting topics of discussion, one of which was Android tablets with prices below $100.

Intel tablet and smartphone platform plans for 2014 leaked

Intel has made promises and predictions regarding more mobile-friendly versions of its chips but has also been called out for its snail-paced progress on delivering on those promises. Intel might finally be laying out all its cards next year as a leaked roadmap reveals the company's rollout of mobile chips for 2014 and beyond.
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