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Shelly Palmer Radio Report – January 12, 2012

Intel’s chips power every type of computer, but until now have never cracked the smartphone industry. Lenovo is making the first Intel-powered smartphone, while Motorola works on a future smartphone and tablet. Devices powered by Intel’s Atom chip will be available later this year. In other news, after much speculation, Sony announced it wouldn’t unveil… Read More ?
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Watch Out Intel! Marvell to Make ARM-based Server Chips

Technology : GigaOM (5 years ago)

Marvell plans to ship chips for servers that use the same type of processors that power cell phones, in an effort to cut the power consumption inside enterprise data centers. Marvell's ARM-based chips will deliver a five-fold reduct... Read Post

Are Dual-Core Chips for Smartphones, Tablets or Both?

Technology : GigaOM (5 years ago)

An HTC smartphone with multiple cores is reportedly in the works, based on results found from a benchmark testing website. A powerful chip -- likely from Qualcomm -- would be welcome in smartphones, but might be better suited to And... Read Post

Nvidia’s Biggest, Best Chance in Mobiles Is Now

Technology : GigaOM (4 years ago)

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