Samsung almost ready with 3nm smartphone chip
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The watch comes first

Two years after Samsung launched mass production with its 3nm technology, they're finally gearing up to release 3nm Exynos chips for Android phones.

Qualcomm joins Canonical's elite circle
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Tech Titans Team Up

Qualcomm is set to join Canonical's "silicon partners," a coveted club that boasts big names like Intel, Nvidia, AMD, and Arm.

Google's Axion packs a punch
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Google squares off against the AI competition

Google Cloud's thrown its hat into the ring with Axion, its first custom-built Arm brawler, promising a 30 per cent beefier performance than other Arm contenders from AWS and Microsoft. They're even boasting a 50 per cent muscle-up and 60 per cent more energy thriftiness than the X86 heavyweights.

Baldur's Gate 3 runs on Snapdragon X Elite platform
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Should be close to Radeon 780M GPU in terms of performance

Qualcomm has recently made a bold promise that the new ARM-based platform will run most, if not all Windows games, and now we have a chance to check out Baldur's Gate 3 running at solid 30 FPS at 1080p resolution.

Chrome goes native on Arm
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Now, all roads lead to Chrome 

In alliance with Qualcomm, Google claims to have turbocharged the browsing experience for Windows on ARM users. The tech behemoth has rolled out an ARM-optimised iteration of its Chrome browser, promising a zippier and more seamless online experience.

Mediatek announces its flagship 4nm+ Dimensity 9300 SoC
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Octa-core CPU with Cortex-X4 and Cortex-A720 cores and ray tracing-capable GPU

Mediatek has officially announced its flagship Dimensity 9300 SoC which should be coming to phones pretty soon, at least in China. This 4nm+ SoC brings an "all big CPU design", combining four Cortex-X4 and four Cortex-A720 cores and a 12-core Immortalis-G720 GPU with hardware ray tracing. Mediatek promises impressive performance gains across the board, including CPU, GPU, and AI with the new 7th gen APU.

Europe gets ARM-based supercomputer
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Jupiter of the world's most powerful

One of the world's most powerful supercomputers will soon be online in Europe, using ARM-based chips instead of x86 parts.

Raspberry Pi 5 is out with 2.4GHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A76 CPU
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First Raspberry Pi with silicon designed in‑house in Cambridge, UK

Raspberry Foundation has officially launched the new Raspberry Pi 5, claiming it to be twice as fast as its predecessor and proudly announcing that it is the first Raspberry Pi computer to feature silicon designed in‑house in Cambridge, UK.

Qualcomm shows more interest in RISC-V
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Arm should be worried

One of Arm's biggest customers Qualcomm is trying out RISC-V and getting involved in a joint venture dedicated to the architecture.

Arm reveals 2024 CPUs
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Cortex X4, Cortex A720, and Cortex A520 Armv9.2 architecture

Arm has been showing off its flagship CPUs the Arm Cortex X4, Cortex A720, and Cortex A520  which will be available in 2024..