On-Chip error correction is the way forward
UK-based silicon IP firm UltraSoC has come up with a way of making SoC's more reliable using on chip error correction.
mbed with me dinner
Fabless chipmaker ARM has released some of the source code for its operating system for the Internet of Things.
Excellent Spec CPU2006 scores
Fudzilla has confirmed the existence of Qualcomm's 64-core based processors in the past and now a Chinese startup, Phytium has some plans to get them into the shops.
Too close for shareholders
Investors in ARM are deeply worried about its close relationship to the fruity cargo cult Apple.
Expanding hardware programme
Suse wants to speed the development of server systems based on 64-bit ARM processors.
Might save its bacon
Fabless chipmaker AMD is hoping that it might be able to push into China.
What will Intel do?
The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn that Qualcomm may be gearing up to buy a large slice of AMD.
Hydra is the codename
Qualcomm has been working on a new server solution and it looks like that this roadmap will not simply use CPU cores found in Snapdragon mobile processors.
Not everyone wants ARM or Intel
It seems that mini-PCs are popping up everywhere, but Zotac has done something a little unusual and stuck an AMD chip under the bonnet.