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The history of Android OS: its name, origin and more

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LG V30 vs Galaxy Note 8: Camera features

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Why manufacturers should experiment more – the innovations that became a hit

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Are display notches really better than bezels? [Poll of the Week]

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PowerVR GPU designer Imagination Technologies goes up for sale

After looking for buyers for its MIPS and Ensigma technologies last month, Imagination Technologies has now put its whole business group up for sale.
by Robert TriggsJune 22, 20179

Google is dabbling in chip design: what does that mean?

Google is reportedly working on its own processors for its future Pixel smartphones. What could this mean for hardware and Android?
by Robert TriggsJune 15, 201741

Xiaomi Surge S1: more than your typical mid-range SoC

Xiaomi has just unveiled its first SoC - the Surge S1. Here's how it compares to the Snapdragon 626, Kirin 655, and MediaTek's new Helio P25.
by Robert TriggsFebruary 28, 20173

What is in your smartphone? – Gary explains

We know about the exteriors of our phones, the design language and the build materials. But what about the insides? If you take one apart, what do you find?
by Gary SimsFebruary 23, 20172
 
 

Best of Android 2016: Performance

Want to know the best phone to buy? If performance is the key to winning you over, this installment of the Best of Android 2016 will set the record straight.
by Team AADecember 29, 201635

Samsung said to be developing its own CPU core based on RISC-V

According to industry sources, Samsung is developing its own CPU core based on the RISC-V architecture for use in IoT and wearable microcontrollers.
by Robert TriggsNovember 24, 20165

Samsung unveils its next generation 14nm and 10nm technology

Samsung has unveiled its latest generation 14nm and 10nm SoC manufacturing processes and has showcased its 7nm technology at its Device Solutions headquarters.
by Robert TriggsNovember 3, 201623

Samsung to invest $1 billion in US chip production

Samsung Austin Semiconductor has just unveiled plans for a further $1 billion investment into system-on-chip production in the United States.
by Robert TriggsNovember 2, 20167

The 5 biggest names in the $10 billion chipset industry

New figures show the global smartphone chipset market just crossed the $10 billion mark: but do you know the five biggest names in the game?
by Kris CarlonOctober 19, 201645

Samsung begins mass production of the industry’s first 10nm SoC

Today, Samsung announced that it has begun mass production of the semiconductor industry's first 10nm application processor.
by Robert TriggsOctober 17, 201654
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