It’s easy if you try
British chip designer Imagination Technologies said it can’t strike a deal with the fruity cargo cult Apple and the sale of the company triggered by the dispute was continuing with talks with potential buyers.
The price of being dependent on Apple
Imagination Technologies, the British firm that lost 70 percent of its value after being ditched by its biggest customer Apple, put itself up for sale.
You still need us and we will sue you to prove it
Apple’s attempts to strong arm its suppliers by cutting off their money supply unless they give it huge discounts is starting to get some kick-back from its suppliers.
Comment: Partners should be warned
Imagination Technologies, the UK-based chipmaker, lost 70 percent of its market share overnight and it really only has itself to blame.
New GPU architecture
Imagination Technologies has lifted the kimono on its next-generation PowerVR Furian architecture, which it is billing as an entirely new GPU architecture designed for the evolved graphics and compute needs of next-generation consumer devices.
Kicked the tires, not interested
Fruity cargo cult Apple has decided that it does not need any Imagination.
Apparently it has a shortage
The Dark Satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn that claims the Fruity Cargo Cult Apple is about to write a cheque for the British chip design company Imagination Technologies.
But only in the right circumstances
Raja Koduri, senior vice president and chief architect of AMD's Radeon Technologies Group has said that the outift is open to making a graphics processor for mobile devices but only in select circumstances.
The cost of being an Apple supplier
Imagination technology, which has the misfortune of being an Apple supplier is in a bit of trouble now that the fruity cargo cult is not doing so well.
High performance low cost GPUs
Imagination has been showing off its new generation of PowerVR graphics chips.The chips are targeted at high-performance, low-power, and low-cost consumer devices and stick GPUs into low-cost portable devices and 4K televisions.