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Intel's New Mobile Processors Could Save The Company

www.businessinsider.com
Quarter after quarter, Intel has been pumping out products consumers don't want and watching its revenue shrink--making comparisons to ailing smartphone maker Blackberry seem apt. But at the same time, Intel has been hard at work developing the chips that could save the company: super fast, power-efficient CPUs for mobile phones that could sweep aside competing...
Intel's New Mobile Processors Could Save The Company

AMD Will Build 64-bit ARM based Opteron CPUs for Servers, Production in 2014

www.anandtech.com
Last year AMD officially became an ARM licensee, although the deal wasn't publicized at the time. Fast forward to June 2012 and we saw the first fruits of that deal: AMD announced it would integrate ARM's Cortex A5 core into its 2013 APUs to enable TrustZone support. Today comes...
AMD Will Build 64-bit ARM based Opteron CPUs for Servers, Production in 2014

Liveblogging Intel's Q4 Earnings Conference Call

allthingsd.com
Intel’s results for the fourth quarter and full year of 2012 crossed the wires a little less than an hour ago and shareholders were initially happy, but not with the guidance looking ahead. The company’s conference call with analysts is about to begin. Expect some questions from the gallery that...
Liveblogging Intel's Q4 Earnings Conference Call

Ubuntu has built a fresh version of itself for tablets, a mere month after tackling the smartphone market

thenextweb.com
Canonical has announced and demonstrated a new tablet interface version of the Ubuntu Linux operating system today. The interface supports the display of applications that are designed for both tablets and smartphone concurrently, allowing for a display setup by the name of ‘side stage’ that is most akin to the ability...
Ubuntu has built a fresh version of itself for tablets, a mere month after tackling the smartphone market
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