Apple abandoning Intel chips on Macs
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Wants to move to ARM

The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn which claims that Apple is going to move its Macs off Intel chips and run something based on ARM.

Open sorcerers work to ARM Ubuntu
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2019 will be the year of the Linux laptop

A team of open sorcerers are  trying to get Linux on Qualcomm-powered laptops from HP, Asus, and Lenovo.

DIY 24 Core ARM computer motherboard appears
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SinoVoIP enables Arm Server in the home

SinoVoIP is releasing a version of its Banana Pi boards which enables you to build a 24-core ARM server.

ARM pit smelling chip devised
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Pings if you pong

UK chip maker ARM is working on a new generation of smart chips that embed artificial intelligence inside devices, one of which is being taught to smell.

Amazon finds ARM Graviton processor more efficient
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Cloudy solutions

Amazon is to deploy an ARM-based Graviton processor. The e-commerce giant says this will lead to cost savings of up 45 per cent for "scale-out" services.

5nm mobile chips to arrive in late 2020
Published in Mobiles


Industry contacts shared

The mobile industry is definitely outpacing the manufacturing progress of both GPUs and CPUs and this is not going to change anytime soon. Apple lead the industry with millions of 7nm A12 SoCs, Huawei and Qualcomm are joining in, while the PC industry will get them slightly later with much smaller volumes and with the help of small AMD.

Windows on ARM might end up on Chrome
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Microsoft teams up with Google

Microsoft and Google engineers appear to be collaborating to support a version of Chrome running on Windows on ARM.

ARM CEO sees the fifth wave of computing
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5G, big data and processing

Simon Seagers, ARM’s CEO talked about the 5th wave of computing and that is obviously the one that is coming after the last big leap that brought us closer to mobile and cloud mix.

Fab manufacturing equipment gets created for ARM first
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35 million ARM vs 1.6 million "other“ wafers

There is one big change that is happening in the manufacturing equipment industry and ARM used its ARMTechCon to educate us about the big change. Drew Henry, SVP of infrastructure at ARM, pointed out in its presentation that ARM silicon wafer production ends up in 35 million wafers.

Next gen 2019 Snapdragon PC goes multi OS
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Chrome to join Windows 10

Miguel Nunes, a senior director of product management at Qualcomm, took the stage at one of the ARM TechCon presentations and shared details about the 2019 always connected Snapdragon PC. ACPC stands for Always connected PC.