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How important is your smartphone’s camera quality? [Poll of the Week]

by Jimmy Westenberg 13 hours ago55 comments

Google posts Android 7.1.1 Nougat factory images for Pixel, Pixel XL, Nexus 6P, 5X and more

by Jimmy Westenberg 14 hours ago7 comments

Android Nougat on the OnePlus 3 is impressive, even in beta

by Kris Carlon 3 days ago20 comments

Polar M600 review

by Jimmy Westenberg 4 days ago4 comments
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Qualcomm’s high horse: can anyone knock them off?

After posting poor finances and a major workforce restructure, is Qualcomm's market position in danger of being snapped up by one of its competitors?
by Robert TriggsAugust 18, 201517

Samsung said to be working on its own GPU – how far can they get?

Making GPUs is no easy feat. It takes years of work, talent, experience and extensive research. This is why not many make these, but Samsung may join soon.
by Edgar CervantesSeptember 16, 201427

AMD announces first official Android chipset – just how good will the Cortex A53/A57 be?

AMD will release a 20nm Cortex A57 based SoC next year that will be their first official Android SoC platform. Built on project Skybridge, which will also support x86 processors.
by Jonathan FeistMay 7, 201432

Future AMD laptops to virtualize Android on Windows

Chip manufacturer AMD, in partnership with BlueStacks, will release new tablets and laptops that run Android on Microsoft's Windows operating system, without the need to dual boot.
by Robert TriggsJanuary 9, 201412

Global market for processors up by 24 percent thanks to smartphones and tablets

New forecast data about the number of microprocessors shipments show that the global market for processors will rise to 1.50 billion chips by the end of this year, up from 1.21 billion ...
by Gary SimsDecember 2, 20137

AMD wants to get into Android and Chrome. Literally.

Fortunately, this is not AMD’s first foray into mobile technology. They had processors in Windows tablets at one point, but those were poorly received by consumers and didn’t sell well. ...
by Nate SwannerJune 6, 20131

ARM’s plan is to get everyone competing with Intel

There have been lots of companies that designed and built CPUs over the years including HP, Sun, IBM, DEC, VIA and of course Intel, AMD and ARM. Most of these companies have either ...
by Gary SimsDecember 4, 20123

Traditional x86 chip builder AMD to start making ARM processors

In the old days (of like 24 hours ago) companies like Samsung, Qualcomm and Texas Instruments made ARM chips, while Intel and AMD made x86 based CPUs. Simple. Well not any more. AMD ...
by Gary SimsOctober 31, 20122

Bluestacks partners with AMD, brings Android apps to the AMD-powered desktops running Windows 7 and 8

Bluestacks has created a partnership with AMD in order to bring Android to AMD-powered devices. This is huge for the computer market, as computers will be able to run Android ...
by Joe HindySeptember 27, 20128

ARM beats market expectations with 23% profit surge

It seems that ARM has beaten again the forecasters’ predictions for Q2 2012, and even better, the British chip designer outperformed the industry as well. While ...
by LucianJuly 25, 2012
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