Just a few days ago we thought Google would announce a new version of Google TV at the company’s developer conference. We’re not so sure about that, right now. According to NewTeeVee, Google could give us a glimpse of the new Google TV at I/O, but the product itself won’t be ... Read More »
According to Intel, the company is working with Google to bring Android 3.0 Honeycomb to devices running Intel’s Oak Trail chips. The single-core chips will run at 1.5 GHz and be powered by a PowerVR SGX535 graphics core. Intel admitted that Oak Trail chips are not as good as ARM chips at power consumption, but that ... Read More »
Last year it was revealed that ARM Holdings was in talks with Google to bring Google TV support to ARM’s chipsets. The first version of Google TV was designed to only work on Intel’s x86 chips, but a fully compatible ARM version should be available this year, according to a report by the ... Read More »
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ARM provided a window into the future of smartphones tonight when they announced the Cortex-A15 MPCore processor. The new design will be used in 32nm and 28nm chips with 1-16 cores, with clock speeds up to 2.5GHz.
Before you get too excited, ARM does not expect these processors to arrive in phones until late 2012. ... Read More »
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