Every Cortex-A based processor has a piece of tech called TrustZone. It provides a secure environment that could be the key to getting rid of passwords, once and for all.
ARM has some clever tech which improves the thermal management of a SoC by controlling the CPU cores and the GPU to keep the chip within its thermal budget.
Some people are worried about the “future proofing” of the Note 4. The worry seems to be that, if Samsung keeps the Note 4 as 32-bit only, when some models are capable of running in 64-bit mode, then the Note 4 has no future, it is doomed. Such thinking really isn’t warranted. Let me explain.
In preparation for the upcoming Android L release, Google has added NDK revision 10b, with a 64-bit Android L developer preview emulator for easier 64-bit optimization app testing.
ARM TechCon took place last week in Silicon Valley. The event allows software and hardware developers to see the latest ARM related tech, as well as attend over 50 different technical sessions on subjects like ARM and the Internet of Things, big.LITTLE Unleashed, and Do Androids Have Nightmares of Botched System Integrations?
ARM and TSMC have announced an agreement to work towards bringing the 64-bit ARMv8-A processor IP to a 10FinFET manufacturing process.
ARM has announces details of a new operating system, designed specifically for the Internet of Things.
With devices powered by ARM’s next generation Cortex-A CPUs and Mali GPUs landing on shelves as we speak, we take a look at what what this means for consumer electronics.
The age of 64-bit mobile computing is upon us, mainly thanks to ARM. These new processors are faster and open up mobile platforms to a whole range of new possibilities, all while staying true to ARM’s low-power heritage.
Microsoft’s Surface line of tablets has a long way to go before it is successful, will the success of Chrome OS powered Chromebooks and other mobile technology prevent that from happening?