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Google Wifi review

by David Imel 5 hours ago3 comments

ASUS ZenFone 3 Deluxe review

by Lanh Nguyen 1 hour ago7 comments

Three things Android Wear needs to succeed

by John Callaham 20 hours ago18 comments

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

by Kris Carlon 3 days ago20 comments
214 articles

(Update: Intel rebuttal) Intel may abandon wearables market after laying off most of its staff

Intel is reportedly laying off most of its wearable division staff and may well exit the wearable market entirely.
by Kris Carlon2 weeks ago3

Intels buys computer vision chip designer Movidius to enhance RealSense

Intel has announced plans to purchase computer vision chip developer Movidius, and will be integrating the technology into its growing RealSense platform.
by Robert TriggsSeptember 6, 20161

ARM putting its chips on supercomputing

ARM has revealed that their new chip designs are specifically crafted with supercomputers in mind, and they will be used on Fujitsu's Post-K machine.
by John DyeAugust 22, 20166

ARM partners with Intel Custom Foundry, ARM chips for LG on the way?

ARM just partnered with Intel, and Intel just picked up LG as a customer, which means 10nm ARM SoCs are probably on their way to LG devices.
by John DyeAugust 16, 201622

Pokefans petition Niantic to make Pokemon Go compatible with Intel Atom chips

Unfortunately, Pokemon Go isn't compatible with Intel Atom chips, meaning a lot of potential Pokemon masters are stuck on the sidelines.
by John DyeJuly 11, 201643

Intel appears to have given up on smartphones, so what went wrong?

Intel recently reported 12,000 job losses and the cancellation of Broxton, after struggling to make an impact on the mobile market. Here's a rundown of what Intel is up to and has ...
by Robert TriggsMay 2, 201619

Intel to propose a USB Type-C audio specification

Speaking at IDF Shenzhen, Intel unveiled some of its early plans for a USB Type-C digital audio specification and what this could bring to consumers.
by Robert TriggsApril 27, 201613

ARM and TSMC team up to create a 7nm chip

ARM and TSMC are continuing their tradition of teaming up to bring the world a commercially viable 7nm chip.
by John DyeMarch 15, 20167

NVIDIA, Intel, Unity, and Samsung debate the merits of Vulkan

Researchers and graphics engineers from companies including Intel, Samsung, Nvidia, and Unity, among others, have been discussing the merits of the new Vulkan graphics API.
by Robert TriggsMarch 2, 20168

Intel goes all in on 5G in a bid to get back into mobile

Intel is being much more cautious going into 5G than they were in the last network revolution. They're also making a lot more friends.
by John DyeFebruary 22, 20162
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