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Samsung has finally confirmed one of the more pervasive rumors of last year: that it has taken over manufacturing of the Snapdragon flagship CPU from TSMC and will be making the Snapdragon 820.
Qualcomm has launched its next generation flagship SoC to replace the oft-criticised 810 chip. Featuring improvements across the board, the 820 SoC represents the next era of mobile processing.
According to a recent report, Intel has over a 1,000 people working on an LTE modem that will be integrated with the processor for the next generation AX iPhone SoC.
Intel's new Braswell SoCs promise to be faster across the board while also consuming less power than Bay Trail. Manufactured using Intel's 14nm process, today we have the N3050 and N3700 for testing.
According to a new report, Samsung managed to snatch another of TSMC's big clients. The South Korean company will build Qualcomm's upcoming high-end processors, the Snapdragon 820.
According to the latest reports, Samsung has signed a deal to supply the chips for the company's next iPhone model. If true, Samsung will have reforged its partnership with Apple which it had lost.
The new Snapdragon 810 chips may just be hitting the market now, but Qualcomm is already talking about its future generation of chips and the features they'll bring to our handsets next year.
ARM has unveiled a new chip design, based on a 16nm manufacturing process that promises even better performance, console-like graphics and severely reduced energy consumption for longer battery life.
The new Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 AP which is expected to be used in at least three flagship phones in the first half of 2015, has hit a bump in the road due to overheating and speed decreases.
Intel has teamed up with Chinese semiconductor SoC maker Rockchip to work together on Intel's SoFIA line of SoCs that intend to penetrate the entry-level mobile device market.
The Tegra K1 benchmarks on AnTuTu are showing themselves to be leaps and bounds ahead of everything else, including the Snapdragon 805
An executive from ARM, attending the ARM Technology Symposia in Korea, has confirmed that Samsung will be launching a smartphone powered by 64-bit version of their Exynos processor early next year
Apple and Samsung have been in a lot of legal battles over the years but that hasn't stopped Apple from getting their chips "fabbed" from Samsung, as with the current A7 chip found in its new iPhone.
AMD are releasing their first Kabini based processors today with the launch of the A6-5200 and the A4-5000. The A4-5000 that we are reviewing features four Jaguar cores clocked at 1.5GHz...
Rumours are circulating that Intel is seriously considering a shift away from the LGA socket, introduced with the Pentium 4 Prescott CPU, in favour of a BGA, System on Chip solution.
Want to know exactly what is inside your smartphone? Look no further than this massive 7-part guide that goes over all of it. Today's section goes over smartphone processors and the system-on-a-chip
Despite the heated legal disputes between Apple and Samsung, it's business as usual for engineers on both sides, with rumours Samsung will supply Apple with its A6 system-on-a-chip.