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Intel completes work on 64-bit version of Android for Atom processors

by: Gary SimsJanuary 10, 2014
Intel has revealed that it has been making code contributions to the 64-bit version of Android 4.4 KitKat and that the kernel work is now complete. The chip giant has worked to ensure that, at the kernel level at least, OEMs using its Silvermont based Atom processors have a 64-bit version of Android available for use on their devices.
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Is Intel finally ready to take on its ARM rivals for dominance in the mobile world?

by: Andrew GrushJune 6, 2013
With recent developments from Intel, is the coming finally ready to take on its ARM rivals for dominance in the mobile world?
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Future Intel Pentium and Celeron chips coming to Android

by: Rob TriggsJune 3, 2013
Intel's upcoming Silvermont processors will be branded under Pentium and Celeron names and will support Android as well as Microsoft's Windows operating systems.
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Siva Cycle Atom uses pedal power to charge your USB devices

by: Andrew GrushApril 25, 2013
The Siva Cycle Atom not only can charge USB devices while you pedal, but can even provide you battery power long after ending your ride.
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Intel confirms quad-core Medfield-class chips with LTE support on the way

by: J. Angelo RacomaSeptember 24, 2012
Intel's apparent absence from the American market points toward one thing: LTE. Or to be more specific, the lack of LTE support. That might soon change, though, as Intel has confirmed plans to support LTE in the near future.
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Intel Clover Trail platform to offer improved battery life, might give ARM a run for its money

by: J. Angelo RacomaSeptember 18, 2012
Some might argue that Intel is not a major player in the smartphone and tablet processor market anyway, which is dominated by the likes of Qualcomm, Nvidia, Samsung and Apple. But the relevance here is that Intel might take the spotlight out of RISC-based ARM platforms. The main feature: more efficient power consumption.
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Intel working on new Atom lineup, but it won’t be available until end of 2013

by: Gary SimsAugust 31, 2012
Known as Bay Trail, the new range of Atom CPUs will support out-of-order execution, something that the Atom chips haven't supported until now, but which has been available in some ARM chips for several years. The problem is that out-of-order execution uses up valuable die space with the additional transistors needed to implement it. This in turn increases the running temperature and power consumption. Some of these problems will be resolved by the use of the new 22nm manufacturing process.
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Intel buys 1,700 Wi-Fi, 3G and LTE patents from Interdigital

by: LucianJune 22, 2012

Intel has seen the chaos created by the patents wars in the mobile world, so it seems that, instead of waiting to get burned like the others got, they decided to prepare ahead, by building a competitive patent arsenal.

Intel is purchasing 1,700 patents related to Wi-Fi, 3G, and LTE technologies, from Interdigital, a company from which Google recently bought some patents as well. Intel paid $375 million for the whole bunch, which seems like a low price, considering that recently, 1,000 mobile related patents went for $1 billion.

Intel is no stranger to developing wireless technologies. They’ve been pushing Wi-Fi since its inception with their Centrino [...]

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