ARM wrestling issues
Nvidia asked the EU to give antitrust approval of its $54 billion takeover of British chip designer ARM.
Appears to be taking ARM IP into new company
ARM's Chinese CEO has seized control of ARM’s Chinese business venture, ARM China and attempted to use IP to launch a new company.
UK not the only one worried
Brussels is set to launch a formal competition probe early next month into Nvidia's planned $54 billion takeover of British chip designer ARM, after months of informal discussions between regulators and the US chip company.
British are worried that there is not enough probing.
Nvidia's planned $40 billion takeover of chipmaker Arm should get a longer antitrust probe, British regulators warned after rejecting potential concessions.
National security reasons
The UK is considering blocking a takeover of Arm by Nvidia due to potential risks to national security.
EC needs at least six months to decide
North Americans always wonder how much vacation Europeans take, and it looks like this behavior will affect Nvidia's attempt to acquire ARM for $40 billion. It is starting to look like this acquisition will take much longer than Jensen promised, and the European Commission regulatory body has to be very concerned about the potential Nvidia antitrust position. The matter has been addressed before.
Printed for a few cents
UK computer chip designer ARM is showing off a new processor which could be manufactured for cents by printing circuits directly onto paper, cardboard or cloth.
ARM claims what is watt
A new article on the ARM Blueprint blog claims that Moore’s Law is rather old hat and the new black will be the performance per watt.
Update: now it does Galaxy Book S doesn't automatically gets it
I always like to play with the next generation of Windows and have been an active part of the Windows Insider program for years. Out of curiosity, after Intel-powered devices, I wanted to update Galaxy Book S powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 8CX. I was surprised to see that Microsoft currently doesn't offer this feature, at least not automatically.