Cocos2d-x, the open source cross-platform game engine from Chukong Technologies, has been ported to Android on MIPS. It now runs fully optimized on devices using MIPS CPUs and PowerVR GPUs.
Imagination has started shipping its new MIPS Creator CI20 board. The board uses a dual-core MIPS CPU and is being favorably compared to the Raspberry Pi. Check out our full review!
Imagination Technologies has announced its Ingenic Newton2 and M200, a brand new chipset designed from the ground-up for the low power and reduced area requirements of wearables.
The Android operating system runs on three different types of processors, one of which is MIPS. You may not be that familiar with the name, but MIPS processors have been around since the mid-1980s.
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.
Android currently supports three processor architectures: ARM, Intel and MIPS. ARM is currently the leader, but Intel and Imagination Technologies (who design the MIPS processors) are viable... alternatives. The next big area where these three chip designers will fight for a slice of the mobile computing pie is 64-bit computing.
The 64-bit MIPS architecture has been around for almost 2...
Imagination Technologies has announced a new development platform, the MIPS Creator CI20, that runs Android and other Linux distributions.
Ingenic Semiconductor has released a reference design for a small processor board aimed at the wearables market. The board, known as the Ingenic Newton, integrates a CPU and RAM with flash memory, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC, and various sensors in a design that is around the size of a SD card.
Imagination Technologies announced that they wanted to buy MIPS for $60 million back in November. Several weeks later they were outbid by a company called Ceva; they wanted to buy the company for $90 million. According to Reuters, today Imagination has said they’re now willing to fork over $100 million.
We have very exciting battles in the smartphone and tablet manufacturing areas, we have increased carrier competitions, as well as clashes in the display making department. But what about the manufacturing of mobile chips?