Review Apex Legends Review
King of the hill.
21 percent full-year growth.
Could finally replace lithium-ion.
15 times faster machine learning performance.
Cortex-A15 SoC to get CES or MWC launch.
ARM-based machine boasts impressive power.
Beamdog's Scott Brooks starts the porting process.
Takes aim at the cloud computing, micro-server markets.
Ultra low power chips tipped for tablet devices.
Fast 1.7GHz boards due to launch this month.
It's a mixed bag for the Intel-powered tablet.
$50 million deal for future Atom tech.
OoOE, four cores, LPDDR3 and Intel HD graphics.
VIA's low-cost ARM-based APC8750 has hit the UK, but can it lick the competition?
Dual-core 1.8GHz Core-i3 in a 100mm-square box.
Open-source design packs more power.
Companies join Linaro Enterprise Group.
Cortex-A53 and Cortex-A57 promise performance boosts.
Adapteva's parallel processing project going ahead.
Intel's CEO has claimed ARM will go the way of VIA and Transmeta.
84MHz Cortex-M3 replaces the usual 16MHz ATmega.
Intel clearly rattled by ARM's microserver push.
Puts the Windows RT models alongside the iPad.
16-core server-oriented chips due in 2013.
Should give ARM's chances against Intel a major boost.
Speaking in an internal meeting, Otellini warns of bugs.
Uses a hybrid of 14nm and 20nm processes for quick time-to-market.
Enables overclocking and overvolting without warranty loss.
Microsoft has confirmed that ARM-powered laptops running Windows RT are on the way.
Samsung has released specifications for its upcoming Exynos 5 Cortex-A15-based processor.
ARM has launched three new Midgard-class Mali GPU designs, boasting a 50% performance boost.
VIA has officially announced the VAB-800, a Cortex-A8-based pico-ITX single-board computer.
The Kontron KTT30 features a mini-ITX design, but is it too bulky to take on VIA's rival APC?
AMD has launched the G-T16R embedded APU, a 4.5W part designed to replace the ageing Geode.
Intel has announced the Centerton and Avoton Atom SoC parts, designed for the microserver market.
HP has announced the its Project Moonshot servers will run Intel Atom chips, instead of the originally-planned ARM processors.
Microsoft has officially unveiled its Surface tablets, running Windows 8 Pro or Windows RT.
AMD has announced the HSA Foundation, in partnership with ARM, TI, Imagination and others.
Smartphone giant HTC has been banned from creating Windows RT products following a disagreement with Microsoft.
Dell has launched Copper, a range of ARM-based many-core servers.
Nvidia is participating in a race to the bottom with Kai, a new reference design for a sub-$199 Tegra 3 tablet.
VIA has announced the ARM-based APC 8750, a neo-ITX machine clearly inspired by the Raspberry Pi.