In China, Intel has revealed their 64-bit aspirations on two fronts. Their newest Braswell chipset is one that will likely find its way into many Chromebooks, while their 64-bit Kernel for KitKat suggests a more mobile approach.
Looking forward to an Intel chipset for your Android phone? Many are, with their new 64-bit technology arriving at some point this year to Android devices. A new report suggests the chipset won’t be friendly to the modification
After a few new iterations of its PadFone line, it seems that ASUS is casting a glance on its Transformer Pad devices again. Rumored to be coming soon is a Transformer Pad TF303 and another with a model number TF103.
Giving their loyal followers a Valentine’s gift, the Android-x86 project has released an image for Android-x86 4.4-RC1. After months, if not years, of development, this might be finally be the next stable release of the
Specs for the Geeksphone Revolution were confirmed earlier in the month. There was also some talk about the pricing and availability, however those weren’t being confirmed at the time. Flash forward till today though, and
Coming a few weeks after images of the Geeksphone Revolution leaked, we are now getting a look at some officially released images. Those pics, along with confirmation of the specs have been dropped by the folks at Geeksphone. The
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
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
Fuhu, who has already released a number of tablets in the market targeted exclusively at kids and tweens, has just announced at CES 2014 another such tablet. Strangely dropping its “nabi” brand, the DreamTab is the