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Intel CEO Paul Otellini has reassured investors that it has nothing to fear from rival ARM.
Samsung is looking to create its own netbook processors based around ARM's Cortex series.
Sharp has announced a 5" slate-format device running Ubuntu 9.04.
Intel has announced plans to move all possible operating systems to Atom, starting with a version of Android aimed at smartphones running the company's chips.
The BPhone smartphone has just launched in China, and it's an interesting hybrid of bulky smartphone and micro-miniaturised netbook-stroke-tablet PC.
Ubiquitous Corp. has unveiled a technology which offers ARM-based devices the ability to boot from a completely powered off state in under one second.
Microsoft unveils seriously ambitious plans for the GPU it wants inside its new smartphones.
As part of the compay's Fusion range, AMD has announced a low-power netbook chipset with integrated ATI graphics.
With Apple's iPad device grabbing headlines, ARM's Roy Chen predicts "more than 50" slate-style devices hitting the market by the end of the year.
Industry sources have hinted that Intel is set to release a portable, low-power version of its desktop dual-core Atom processors designed to bring multiprocessing to netbooks.
ARM has announced a partnership with AMD's fab spin-off Globalfoundries that will see the companies mass produce system-on-chip devices based around a 28nm process.
Chip manufacturer Marvell has announced a new 1GHz ARM-based processor, aimed at the smartphone market, which it claims is significantly faster than Qualcomm's Snapdragon.
Likely similar in design to Nvidia's Tegra 2, with ARM Cortex-A9 core and OpenGL ES graphics.
Marvell has taken the wraps off the latest revision to its Plug Computer line - which started last February with the SheevaPlug - and it's got some impressive specifications.
Despite dropping sales, Intel has cause to celebrate: a four-year market share high of 80.6 percent, at the cost of its rivals including AMD.
June 13 2019 | 09:59
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