Eight cores, 140W
Intel is planning to continue making unlocked superclocked X-series processors that we all know as Haswell-E or Sandy Bridge-E.
$1.25 billion up nine percent from last year
Nvidia is doing rather well, has reported a record quarter and its best year ever.
Beats Intel and Apple
Fudzilla has found out that the Samsung Galaxy S6 will be one of the first devices to boast a non-Intel chip build around a 14nm process.
In San Francisco, at GDC 2015
Nvidia plans a new product announcement on the second day of MWC 2015 and it has sent invitations to press outlets for an event scheduled for the 3rd of March 2015.
Cannot fit more on 2.5D interposer
In early January we heard a thing or two about an AMD card codenamed Fiji, the one that comes with High Bandwidth Memory (HBM).
Premium phones choice in 2015
Hynix is a big name in the memory industry, and since phones are becoming small, yet quite powerful computers, it doesn’t come as a surprise that new memory standards are making their way to flagship phones.
Snapdragon 410 LTE inside for $190
HTC has not been doing particularly well in the mainstream market, but the new plan is to win 25 percent of the market in this sub-$200 segment this year, at least in Taiwan.
To boost 16nm FinFet and beyond
Reuters carried a rather interesting announcement about TSMC, the maker of most SoCs and GPUs we care about.
MediaTek MT6592 Octa-Core at $199, no contract
We are keeping a close eye on Meizu and Xiaomi, along with other Chinese phone and tablet manufactures, and companies like One Plus One. These brands have invested a lot in marketing and presented their phones as very desirable, with good specs and design at a tempting price tag.