Intel has the most advanced chip fabrication facilities in the industry, they design some of the best CPUs for personal computers, but they suck at making GPUs, and don't even get us started about their attempts to enter the smartphone space. NVIDIA depends on TSMC to make their Tegra chips and their GPUs, with the latter widely heralded as delivering the best gaming experience today. Obviously these two companies should merge because they complement each other so well.
Motorola MT788 unveiled: a China-bound version of the Razr i with the same 2 GHz Intel CPU
Although Intel’s first ventures in the Android universe have been a lot more hesitant than what we expected from the world’s largest chip maker, the Santa Clara-based company is slowly, but steadily moving in the right direction.
Motorola’s Atrix HD, Photon Q 4G LTE, Razr M, and Razr i and Razr HD get root access
Much has been said about Motorola’s insistence on locking down its phones. While it was only recently that Moto began providing an official way to unlock the bootloader on some phone models, one member of XDA-Developers has concocted a special formula that allows Moto owners to gain root access without unlocking the phone's bootloader.
Benchmarks: new Exynos 5 Dual handily beats Apple’s A6 chip, Intel’s Atom Z2460
With all the processing power that Samsung packed into the Exynos 5250, we were anxious to see how the new chip performs. Benchmark scores shows that Samsung's latest chip handily beats the previous leaders, with the difference being especially visible in the SunSpider test.
Intel-powered Motorola Razr i makes its way to France