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Amazon eyes up Texas Instruments acquisition for a full-blown entry into the smartphone and tablet market

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In a very interesting twist, it seems that Amazon is in “advanced negotiations” with Texas Instruments to acquire its mobile chip business. This follows news from last month that Texas Instruments is exiting the mobile processor market, suspending any further developments of its line of OMAP ARM SoCs.While this might...
Amazon eyes up Texas Instruments acquisition for a full-blown entry into the smartphone and tablet market

Chipmakers beware: Qualcomm unleashes the quad-core Snapdragon

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LG has revealed that its upcoming flagship handset, the Optimus G, will be the first LTE smartphone to sport Qualcomm’s long-awaited S4 quad-core processor. It sounds like a big deal, but why? Nvidia beat Qualcomm in the four-core sweepstakes six months ago, and Samsung, Texas Instruments and Huawei all have...
Chipmakers beware: Qualcomm unleashes the quad-core Snapdragon

TI to shift from mobile SOCs to embedded market

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Texas Instruments has indicated that it will refocus its business efforts around the embedded application processor market including the automotive market. To do this, it will shift from its current emphasis on developing its OMAP processors for smartphones and tablets, reports Reuters. According to TI, the embeded processor market offers...
TI to shift from mobile SOCs to embedded market
Chip makers form group to save power in hybrid processing tasks
Nvidia beats earnings predictions but lowers forecast

Smartphones, tablets to boost processor market

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Tablets and smartphones will give a much-needed boost this year to the worldwide microprocessor market, which is undergoing a fundamental change with a shift to low-power processors used in energy-efficient devices, research firm IC Insights said....
Smartphones, tablets to boost processor market

AMD hires Apple platform architect to head processor group

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Advanced Micro Devices has lured Jim Keller from his role as platform architect at Apple to head its processor group as the struggling company tries to reshape its chip strategy and stem a loss in processor market share....
AMD hires Apple platform architect to head processor group

ARM is already the brains of your smartphone. Now it wants to run the network too

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ARM cores pretty much have the mobile applications processor market locked up, though Intel is trying to peck away at the dominance. But ARM isn’t content with its single mobile kingdom. It’s encroaching on the neighboring realm of mobile infrastructure as well, aiming to make its cores the workhorse processors in...
ARM is already the brains of your smartphone. Now it wants to run the network too

Intel's Q1 2013 Meets Revenue Expectations At $12.6B, Misses On EPS At $0.40 AS PC Market Slows

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Intel’s fiscal Q1 earnings are out today, and the company reported profit and earnings at expectations on revenue with $12.6 billion for the quarter, and below on earnings per share at $0.40, according to Bloomberg’s analyst consensus. Revenue was down from Q1 2012, as were earnings per share, as the chip-making...
Intel's Q1 2013 Meets Revenue Expectations At $12.6B, Misses On EPS At $0.40 AS PC Market Slows
Orange uses Intel chips for high-performance “Santa Clara” smartphone

x86 processor shipments drop steeply in third quarter as Intel gains on AMD

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Intel gained PC microprocessor market share over Advanced Micro Devices during the third quarter, but worldwide shipments of x86 chips declined at rates not seen in more than a decade, according to Mercury Research. Worldwide shipments of those microprocessors dropped around 9 percent during the third quarter from the...
x86 processor shipments drop steeply in third quarter as Intel gains on AMD

AMD buys SeaMicro for $334 million, makes bold stroke

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AMD’s game plan appears to take it beyond the processor market and more into integrated systems...
AMD buys SeaMicro for $334 million, makes bold stroke

On His First Day In Office, Intel CEO Admits Mobile Is A Problem (INTC)

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Today is Brian Krzanich's first official day as Intel CEO, and he's not tiptoeing around one of the biggest challenges his company is facing right now: keeping up with rival ARM Holdings in the mobile processor market.  "We see that we've been a bit slow to move into that space,"...
On His First Day In Office, Intel CEO Admits Mobile Is A Problem (INTC)

Samsung holds 2011 dual-core chip crown; can it repeat?

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Only 20 percent of smartphones sold last year had dual-core chips, but among those, Samsung sold the lion’s share of silicon. Research firm, Strategy Analytics, shared the data on Wednesday, estimating that Samsung held 60 percent of the dual-core processor market in mobile devices. Even in the face of new...
Samsung holds 2011 dual-core chip crown; can it repeat?

Intel, Qualcomm Hit CES: As Mobile Chip Battle Heats Up, Tech Giants Will Collide

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Editor’s note: Steve Patterson’s observations and writing are based on his 20 years working in the primordial ooze of start-ups in Boston and the San Francisco Bay Area. Follow him on Twitter @stevep2007. At the start of CES 2013, Qualcomm has an enviable dominant market position, owning half the mobile processor...
Intel, Qualcomm Hit CES: As Mobile Chip Battle Heats Up, Tech Giants Will Collide
Intel Will Showcase Dual Core Android Smartphones At The Mobile World Congress

Interview: Broadcom CEO Touts Gains in Low-End Android Market

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When big-name phone makers announce a new high-end phone, they often tout the fact that it is powered by a chip from Qualcomm, Nvidia or Texas Instruments. Those aren’t the only players, though. Samsung and Huawei make some of their own chips, while Intel is also going after this market....
Interview: Broadcom CEO Touts Gains in Low-End Android Market
New ZTE smartphone completes Nvidia’s silicon loop

Processor market to get boost from smartphones, tablets

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Tablets and smartphones will give a much-needed boost this year to the worldwide microprocessor market, which is undergoing a fundamental change with a shift to low-power processors used in energy-efficient devices, research firm IC Insights said. Worldwide shipments of microprocessors that go into mobile devices, PCs, servers and embedded...
Processor market to get boost from smartphones, tablets

AMD gains x86 processor market share on Intel in Q1

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Advanced Micro Devices gained market share on Intel in worldwide x86 processor shipments during the first quarter on the strength of mobile and desktop shipment growth, Mercury Research said Wednesday....
AMD gains x86 processor market share on Intel in Q1

Why Processor Choice Matters To BYOD

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When IT managers build a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) plan, chip architecture usually isn't high on their list of considerations. At first glance, it's easy to see why. After all, processors work or they don't - there isn't a lot of support to be done, right? But there's...
Why Processor Choice Matters To BYOD
Texas Instruments to lay off 1,700 employees in cost-cutting move as it exits the smartphone processor market

How Samsung Is Responding To The Multibillion-Dollar Hole Apple Is Blasting Into Its Chip Business (AAPL, SSNLF)

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* To broaden chip base, tap 2nd-tier smartphone firms * To focus on making high-end mobile processors * No plans to break into desktop, server processor market LAS VEGAS, Jan 9 (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co is looking to supply chips to more Chinese and other emerging smartphone makers, the...
How Samsung Is Responding To The Multibillion-Dollar Hole Apple Is Blasting Into Its Chip Business (AAPL, SSNLF)
Qualcomm gets some competition as Broadcom enters mobile processor market

AMD Gains X86 Processor Market Share on Intel in Q1

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Advanced Micro Devices gained market share on Intel in worldwide x86 processor shipments during the first quarter on the strength of mobile and desktop shipment......
AMD Gains X86 Processor Market Share on Intel in Q1
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