Octa-core CPU with Cortex-X4 and Cortex-A720 cores and ray tracing-capable GPU
Mediatek has officially announced its flagship Dimensity 9300 SoC which should be coming to phones pretty soon, at least in China. This 4nm+ SoC brings an "all big CPU design", combining four Cortex-X4 and four Cortex-A720 cores and a 12-core Immortalis-G720 GPU with hardware ray tracing. Mediatek promises impressive performance gains across the board, including CPU, GPU, and AI with the new 7th gen APU.
Jupiter of the world's most powerful
One of the world's most powerful supercomputers will soon be online in Europe, using ARM-based chips instead of x86 parts.
First Raspberry Pi with silicon designed in‑house in Cambridge, UK
Raspberry Foundation has officially launched the new Raspberry Pi 5, claiming it to be twice as fast as its predecessor and proudly announcing that it is the first Raspberry Pi computer to feature silicon designed in‑house in Cambridge, UK.
Arm should be worried
One of Arm's biggest customers Qualcomm is trying out RISC-V and getting involved in a joint venture dedicated to the architecture.
Cortex X4, Cortex A720, and Cortex A520 Armv9.2 architecture
Arm has been showing off its flagship CPUs the Arm Cortex X4, Cortex A720, and Cortex A520 which will be available in 2024..
Microsoft's ARM-based Surface Pro X tablet is having problems taking pictures of its owners and their lunch.
Shocking very late news
Microsoft is working on new ARM chips with partners and its in-house “Microsoft Silicon team” and the Tame Apple Press claims that the software king of the world is doing it to rival its favourite company.
Trying to grow
British chip designer Arm is rumoured to be developing a flagship chip which will showcase the capabilities of the company's designs.
Intel chip could be back in your mobile
Chipzilla said its chip contract manufacturing division will work with UK-based chip designer Arm to ensure that mobile phone chips and other products that use its technology can be made in Intel's factories.