New Marvell Chips Tout ARM and 3D Powers
Marvell has provided more details about its Armada 600 series mobile chips. The Armada can run the ARMv7 processes, which makes it compatible with Android, Linux, and Windows Mobile devices. Armada features a 1GHz processor, and the power to push 45 million 3D triangles per second while controlling two separate displays. Marvell says the chip can be used in Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs), connected portable media players, eReaders, smartphones, and new personal information appliances.
ChromeOS Gains Support for Linux
May 8, 2018
Pixelbook owners will soon be able to use Linux on their ChromeOS device. Google today announced that Chromebooks will be able to run Linux apps, which will let developers open a window and use their favorite Linux-based tools without leaving ChromeOS.
ARM's Cortex A76 Core Relies On 7nm Process for Speed and Efficiency Gains
May 31, 2018
ARM today announced a new series of processors cores for mobile devices that it says will increase performance without impacting battery life. The new Cortex A76 processor core is built using a 7nm process that ARM says delivers a 35% boost in speed and a 40% improvement in efficiency when compared to its previous 10nm core.
ARM Reveals DynamIQ Processor Design with AI In Mind
Mar 21, 2017
ARM today announced DynamIQ, a new way to manage multi-core systems that gives them the ability to scale exactly to the tasks or needs at hand. DynamIQ expands on ARM's big.LITTLE technology, which allows for paired sets of high-power and low-power processor cores to tackle specific tasks based on the computing requirements.
Samsung's Exynos 9610 Packs Imaging Smarts and 4K Slow-Mo
Mar 22, 2018
Samsung today announced the Exynos 7 Series 9610 mobile application processor, a chip built using Samsung's 10nm FinFET process that targets high-end smartphones. The octa-core processor has four Cortex A-73 cores at 2.3 GHz and four Cortex A-53 cores at 1.6 GHz.
Arm Debuts Project Trillium with Machine Learning and Object Recognition
Feb 13, 2018
Arm today announced Project Trillium, a suite of products meant to bring machine learning to mobile devices. While Project Trillium will first target smartphones, Arm says it will eventually scale to both less and more powerful devices as needed.