Qualcomm scores some Galaxy S7 designs
Published in Mobiles

Exclusive: Just not all of them

Our well informed sources have informed us that Qualcomm will win some SoC design wins for Samsung Galaxy S7 – just not all of them.

Zotac announces new ZBOX mini PCs based on Braswell SoC
Published in News

The ZBOX BI323 and ZBOX CI323 nano

Zotac has announced two new ZBOX mini-PCs, both based on the same 14nm Intel Braswell Celeron N3150 SoC, the ZBOX BI323 and the ZBOX CI323 nano.

Can SoC save AMD's bacon
Published in Processors

AMD Embedded R-Series details 

The troubled chipmaker AMD thinks it is onto a winner with its new AMD Embedded R-Series SOC processors.

Qualcomm VP talks server strategy with Fudzilla
Published in Processors

Interview: Plans are very competative to Intel

Fudzilla had a chat with Vice President Product Management at Qualcomm Vinay Ravuri  and discovered how he is taking on Intel in his home turf of the server. 

AMD upgrades discrete graphics for embedded systems
Published in Processors

Three levels of performance

AMD has announced a new range of discrete graphics for embedded systems raning from "power efficient" to "high performance" and "ultra-high performance."

Google unveils new premium Pixel C tablet
Published in Mobiles

10.2-inch tablet powered by Nvidia Tegra X1 SoC

During its press event, Google has unveiled its new premium tablet, the 10.2-inch Pixel C powered by Nvidia Tegra X1 SoC and running on Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS.

Amazon Fire 7 inch runs MediaTek MT8127 D
Published in Mobiles

1.3 GHz Quad A7 in $49 Tablet

The latest Amazon Fire tablet and console update is powered by various MediaTek chips and the 7invh $49 / 59 Euro peaked our interest the most. 

Microsoft interested in acquiring AMD
Published in Graphics

Exclusive: Talks taking place

Our industry sources claim that Microsoft is seriously talking to AMD about buying the chipmaker. The pair have been in talks for a while, but we are unsure if the deal is happening or when something will be announced. 

SoCs made more reliable
Published in Processors
10 September 2015

SoCs made more reliable

On-Chip error correction is the way forward

UK-based silicon IP firm UltraSoC has come up with a way of making SoC's more reliable using on chip error correction.

Sony fixes Snapdragon 810 overheating on Xperia Z5 Premium
Published in Mobiles

Teardown reveals dual heatpipe

Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810 SoC will go down in history as a SoC that likes to overheat but it appears that Sony managed to solve that problem with its newest Xperia Z5 Premium and Xperia Z5 smartphones by using a dual heatpipe to cool it down.