It seems MacBooks with ARM chipsets are in the offing, or at least being entertained as a possibility. A new dive into macOS code points to …
14nm fabrication process puts Intel another step ahead of rivals, which still can’t match Intel’s 22nm.
AMD reveals roadmap for four new processors, including a new SoC designed for embedded datacenter networking and communications systems.
Spinning custom silicon for big datacenters may set Intel apart from competitors, even as it trails in the hottest markets.
For those who want to test code on ARM processors without building a test bed, Boston Ltd.’s cloud service may be your answer.
Will Microsoft, Apple, Amazon, and other IT giants start building their own ARM-based IT infrastructure in-house?
Intel squares off against ARM with “Centerton,” a low-power “wimpy” Atom CPU for the data center.