The search giant could switch from the currently favoured x86 processors designed by Intel to their customized system based on ARM designs
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Thursday 26 September 2013
Major breakthrough lays groundwork for future computing revolution
Apple updates the iMac with Haswell processors and Wi-Fi that is 'three times faster than the previous generation'
Tuesday 24 September 2013
Flagship desktop range comes with screen sizes of 21- or 27-inches, with 8GB of RAM and 1TB Fusion Drive harddrives as standard
Wednesday 11 September 2013
Opinion may be divided on the latest incarnations of Apple’s iPhone, but investors were today clear on one thing — the benefits for the British microchip industry.
Thursday 05 September 2013
A trio of mid-range devices from Toshiba include an 8-inch tablet, a 13-inch laptop/tablet hybrid, and a small laptop.
Thursday 08 August 2013
The latest battle in the microchip wars began yesterday when Google waded in and punters decided Arm Holdings could be on the losing side this time. The lucrative microchip market for smartphone and tablet devices has been opening up to new competition and yesterday search giant Google and chip maker Nvidia were among a handful of tech specialists that signed up to join computer group IBM's OpenPower consortium.
Tuesday 18 June 2013
Size of screen means viewers have to sit at least 11.5 feet away to fully 'appreciate' the picture
Friday 14 June 2013
A Google-backed London start-up that teaches primary school children computer coding is expanding overseas after being flooded with requests to set up spin-offs across the world.
Tuesday 04 June 2013
In reaction to the news that rival Intel would be supplying the processors for Samsung's new Galaxy tablets shares in the Cambridge-based chip-designers ARM Holdings fell by more than 7 per cent yesterday, temporarily knocking £1bn of the group's £13.6bn market capitalisation,.
Better battery for your buck: Intel’s new Haswell chips focus on low power consumption rather than increased speeds
Monday 03 June 2013
Intel have released details of their new Haswell CPUs - the latest generation of their Core range – emphasing the chip’s low power consumption, rather than its more minimal increases in processing power.
Monday 03 June 2013
New York prosecutors have reportedly ordered Barclays to hand over records relating to the growing Liberty Reserve scandal.
Monday 27 May 2013
Singapore police who examined the scene of an American’s death admitted on the last day of a coroner’s inquest that they deviated from official protocols by not dusting for fingerprints or collecting DNA samples, and by examining the contents of a laptop computer on the spot.
Tuesday 23 April 2013
Speculation that Apple, Google and others are developing smartphone-style watches with the ability to make calls and show video was fuelled as Britain's biggest computer chip maker said clients are working on the technology.
Tuesday 19 March 2013
The leader of the company that designs microchips to power Apple iPhones and Samsung’s Galaxy handset is stepping down after 12 years in the job.
Thursday 10 January 2013
News out of Las Vegas doesn't usually rock the benchmark index in London, but its annual Consumer Electronics Show this week has been perking up Arm Holdings' share price, it would seem. The microchip designer was top of the tree and its share price put on more than 4 per cent today, closing up 36.5p to 863.5p following a stream of updates this week, which included a new licensing agreement with Broadcom.
Wednesday 24 October 2012
Stanford Ovshinsky was a self-taught inventor whose innovations have been incorporated into many hi-tech developments, from flat-screen televisions to laptop computers, He devised the term "ovonics", combining his own name and "electronics," to describe the technology behind the development of what he called "non-depletable, non-polluting energy sources." His aim was to reduce the world's dependence on fossil fuels with solar power and hydrogen. In 1999, Time included Ovshinsky among its "Heroes for the Planet."
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