The UK government could reject NVIDIA's takeover bid of ARM. Sources familiar with the matter say a CMA report, requested by the government, raises "worrying" national security concerns over the deal.
Windows 11 released to the Beta channel still has broken Taskbar and Start menu
At GDC 2021 today, Nvidia showed off a couple of ray tracing and DLSS demos that it ran on an ARM CPU paired with an RTX 3060. The first was a gaming demo while the second was a sample scene render.
Arm has announced the first CPUs based on the Armv9 architecture, along with new GPUs and other processors to go along with it. The new CPUs promise 30% more performance over the previous generation.
Qualcomm will soon be releasing a Snapdragon Developer Kit for Windows, a small reference desktop PC meant for testing ARM apps on Windows 10, powered by a Snapdragon 7c compute platform.
The Bytecode Alliance has incorporated as a 501(c)(6) non-profit organisation. Mozilla said this will allow the Alliance to scale better as it lets in its first raft of new members.
The Government of UK has taken interest in the matter of Nvidia's $40bn Arm acquisition. The Secretary of State under it has issued a public interest intervention notice (PIIN) questioning the deal.
Today at the GPU Technology Conference, Nvidia announced Grace, its first Arm-based CPU for data centers that promises ten times the performance of today's fastest servers and then some.
The new Azure Resource Manager-based model, boasting feature parity with Cloud Services (classic), as well as regional resiliency and ARM capabilities, has now been made generally available.
Today, Arm is announcing the Armv9 architecture, the first new architecture for ARM processors in a decade. Two major focuses of the new architecture are security and artificial intelligence.
Numerous entities from the technology and media sector such as BBC, Intel, Microsoft, and Arm have joined forces to form the Coalition for Content Provenance and Authenticity (C2PA).
According to a new report, Microsoft is working on its own custom ARM processors, which are going to go in servers, and even the company's own Surface products, such as a Surface Pro X.
Today, Microsoft announced that its main Office suite is available to run natively on ARM-powered Macs. There are also some other Microsoft 365 features for Mac being highlighted today.
Samsung has posted a trailer on YouTube termed "Thank you" and hints at something "small" planned for its fans on December 15. The firm's Exynos account on Twitter also posted the video.
A new report suggests that Apple is working on eight-, 16-, and even 32-core chips for use in higher-end Macs in 2021 and 2022. The firm is also reportedly developing GPUs with up to 128 cores.
Chrome 87 began rolling out yesterday, bringing a version of the browser with native support for ARM-based Macs. However, the version was pulled due to bugs and is being re-released today.
Adobe has released a beta version of Photoshop which runs natively on Windows 10 ARM-based PCs like the Surface Pro X. Apple Silicon Macs are also supported by the latest beta release.
The ARM-powered MacBook Air clocked 1687 in single-core and 7433 in multi-core tests on Geekbench, showcasing results similar to the 2019 Mac Pro and beating the higher-end 16-inch MacBook Pro.
Apple is holding its third event for the fall today where it is expected to unveil the first Apple Silicon powered MacBook PCs. Here's where you can watch the live stream and what you can expect.
After Apple announced a third virtual event for the year earlier this week, a report claims the company will introduce a new 13-inch MacBook Air and MacBook Pro. A 16-inch Pro is also in production.
During its DevSummit event, chip designer Arm revealed that it plans to remove support for 32-bit apps starting in 2022. Most apps have already begun transitioning to 64-bit, though.
Nvidia has announced that it is purchasing UK chipset designer Arm from Japanese conglomerate SoftBank in a deal valued at a whopping $40 billion. The transaction will be finalized in 18 months.
Apple announced earlier this year that it would be transitioning from Intel processors to Apple Silicon over the next two years, and a new report suggests it could start with a 12-inch MacBook.
SoftBank, the Japanese conglomerate company, has confirmed that it's seeking a sale or float for chipset designer Arm. It has been reported that Nvidia is interested in acquiring the business.
A new report suggests that California-based GPU maker, Nvidia, is interested in the acquisition of Arm Holding from SoftBank. Nvidia reportedly has approached SoftBank, but nothing is concrete yet.
A report claims that Arm has increased the licensing fees by as much as four times in recent negotiations with its existing customers. The price hike could force many companies to look elsewhere.
SoftBank is mulling the partial or full sale of Arm Holdings to raise cash. The review is in its early stages but is being advised by Goldman Sachs and the plan is to sell up to $41 billion in assets.
Ex-Principal Engineer at Intel, François Piednoël, cited quality control issues and frequent complaints of Intel's 2015 Skylake offerings as the primary reason for Apple's switch to ARM from Intel.
Today at WWDC, Apple announced what's been rumored for so long, which is that it's going to start building Mac PCs with the custom ARM processors that it's been using in iPhones and iPads.
Apple has long been rumored to be switching to ARM processors for its MacBooks, and a new report says that the Cupertino company could be planning to make the announcement as early as this month.
Arm, the company behind the ARM processor technology, has announced the latest iteration of its chips, likely to debut in next year's flagship phones. It also has a new custom chip program.
We exclusively reported last year that Microsoft is working on support for 64-bit Intel (x86) apps for Windows 10 on ARM. Now, a code commit on GitHub by Microsoft further confirms those efforts.
Yet another report has surfaced claiming that Apple is planning to release an ARM-powered Mac at some point in 2021. The company will slowly transition its Mac lineup to the new chipsets.
According to a new report from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple will finally be releasing its long-rumored ARM-powered MacBook, and it should arrive within the next 18 months using a custom SoC.
Microsoft has announced that support for ARM-based Windows PCs is now live in the Dev channel for the Chromium-based Edge browser. The capability has been in the Canary channel for a few weeks.
ARM's legal company gave the verdict that the company can continue supplying chip technology to Huawei since the origin of it will not breach U.S. trade restrictions and sanctions.
Huawei is back to business with ARM after the British semiconductor firm restored its supply of chip designs to the Chinese phone maker. But it's still set to lose access to other tech next month.
Samsung has introduced its new Exynos 990 with support for a 120Hz display refresh-rate. The 5G Exynos Modem 5123 is also in tow for future 5G demands. Production for both starts later this year.
ARM today announced its next-generation CPU and GPU architectures, Cortex-A77 and Mali-G77. The new CPU promises a 20% boost in IPC performance and the new GPU uses the Valhall architecture.
The latest company to cease business operations with Huawei is ARM, a UK-based company, which should have a significant impact on the company's in-house HiSilicon chipset business.
Today, Huawei has released its new ARM-based Kunpeng 920 CPU designed for server workloads alongside a range of TaiShan servers incorporating the chip targeting storage and high-density scenarios.