System on Chip

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 rumored to be preparing Adreno 400 GPU for CES 2014

As mobile devices get more powerful and use cases get more complicated, users start to expect more graphical sophistication not only in their games...

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 takes a jab at MediaTek octa-core in video ad

In this industry, it is sometimes very easy to get swayed by numbers and specs. But sometimes "more" doesn't always translate to "better", a...

Texas Instruments not backing away from mobile entirely

A couple days back, we heard that Texas Instruments was going to move away from the smartphone and tablet markets. Many thought that the...

NVIDIA “Kai” hopes to bring quad-core for $200

The Tegra 3 is sitting on top of the Android performance world at the moment, but that doesn't mean that NVIDIA's going to rest...

HTC looking to make its own low-end processors

Most phone manufacturers, or manufacturers of any consumer electronics, tend to farm out some of the more critical components of their devices. An excellent example is...

Snapdragon manufacturing setbacks could delay major Android releases

The grudge match between Nvidia and Qualcomm was escalated at Mobile World Congress, where almost every single new Android device was running either a...

Qualcomm: no quad-core Snapdragon CPUs until Q4

All the news in the processor and system-on-a-chip space seems to be going to Nvidia these days, thanks to their four (and now five)...

Snapdragon S4 system on a chip shows huge performance increase

When it comes to ARM-based processors and the speed demons who use them, Nvidia has captured nearly all the buzz at the moments with...

Run Android on any laptop with SATA-based PunkThis board

We've seen a few Android-based netbooks run through the production mills of confused OEMs, and we're fairly sure that a certain major manufacturer is...

Intel claims better Android performance on Medfield chips

Intel made a splash at CES when its partner Lenovo showed off the Racer-A/K800, the first Android-powered smartphone to use Intel's chip design. Though...

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