Tag: 64-bit

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...

Samsung Exynos evolution set to be unveiled early January

CES 2014 is just around the corner and tech companies are putting their marketing engines into full gear. This latest piece comes from Samsung,...

LG G3 gets another round of spec rumors

It's that time of year again to be bombarded by leaks and rumors as we trek the road towards next year's Consumer Electronics Show....

Qualcomm tipped to have been greatly affected by Apple’s 64-bit reveal

Whether you buy into it or not, Apple's fancy 64-bit mobile processor, which debuted in the iPhone 5s, has gotten people talking. Apparently over...

Qualcomm announces the Snapdragon 410, a 4G LTE chipset that is ’64-bit capable’

Qualcomm has officially announced the Snapdragon 410, ushering in the era of incorporated 4G LTE chipsets. This also takes a page from the Apple...

128-bit or 64-bit? Qualcomm and ARM see things differently

Barely into 64-bit architecture, a new report suggests that ARM is working on 128-bit technology for release in 2014. The folks at ARM roundly...

Android users moving to iOS at record high, according to research

With the excitement surrounding Apple’s move to 64-bit architecture, it makes a bit of sense that some Android users would jump ship. According to...

Samsung is ready to start producing 64-bit chipset

Samsung is reportedly ready to start production on a 64-bit chipset, which many believe to be for the next Galaxy S device. In a...

Samsung Galaxy S5 rumored to run on 14nm 64-bit Exynos 6 chip

Like it or not, Apple's shiny new 64-bit mobile processor has got everyone talking for or against it and even long-time rival Samsung is...

Qualcomm exec dubs Apple’s 64-bit A7 a “marketing gimmick” [Updated]

Apple created some buzz when they announced the 64-bit A7 processor in the iPhone 5s and as we later learned, similar support may not...