A spokesperson for LG Electronics has confirmed that the company will begin mass-producing its own mobile application processors “soon”.
ARM and Intel are worlds apart when it comes to success in the mobile processor market, but could the move to 64-bit mobile challenge offer Intel a second chance?
A new Antutu benchmark for MediaTek’s upcoming octo-core MT6592 processor places it in direct competition with Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 800 chip.
According to a report from the Korea Economic Daily, Samsung is set to pair back up with Apple in order to supply 14nm Apple A9 chips for a next generation iPhone, which should be released sometime in 2015.
With 20nm processors expected to land in 2014, TSMC has stated that performance could be up 30%, whilst improving energy efficiency by 25%.
Due to projected high demand for upcoming Samsung products, the company may experience a chipset supply shortage in 2013.
Nvidia is talking up its upcoming mobile chipsets codenamed Logan and Parker, even though Tegra 4 hasn’t even shipped yet.
Qualcomm, Nvidia, Samsung, and many others, are all vying for that precious system on a chip spot on your phone’s circuit board, but which is the best?
Today in Las Vegas, Nvidia unveiled Tegra 4, its latest system on a chip. We take a look at the specifications and features of Tegra 4 to see how it fares against SoCs from Samsung and Qualcomm.
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?