Tag: arm

Laptops, Products

Windows on ARM Laptops Reportedly Hamstrung by Qualcomm, but That Might Soon Change

November 22, 2021

Via: Gizmodo

Let your Mac-owning friends boast all they want about the blinding speeds of Apple’s new M-series chips, because who needs fast performance when you have freedom of choice? That’s one of the benefits of buying a PC—or at least, it’s […]

Laptops, Products

Apple’s ARM-powered Mac could debut on November 17

October 16, 2020

Via: Pocket Now

After a number of rumours, leaks and speculations, Apple announced that it will be launching new Macs powered by its own silicon at its WWDC 2020 event. The company said that it is switching to custom ARM-based silicon for the […]

Laptops, Products

A Microsoft Surface powered by Snapdragon 8cx Plus could be coming soon

July 1, 2020

Via: Pocket Now

After Apple, it looks like Microsoft is also looking to migrate to the use of ARM-based SoC. We are saying so because a Surface model powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor for Windows 10 on ARM lineup has been spotted […]

Laptops, Products

Apple’s entire Mac line will feature ARM-based chips before 2022

June 22, 2020

Via: BGR

With WWDC slated to kick off later today, we’ve seen some conflicting reports as to whether or not we’ll see Apple introduce new hardware at the company’s annual developer conference. Over the weekend, Jon Prosser — who has quickly emerged […]

Operating System, Windows

Here’s What Windows 10 on ARM Can’t Do

February 20, 2018

Via: LaptopMag

Microsoft and Qualcomm have told us that Windows 10 on ARM processors, including the upcoming laptops featuring the latter company’s Snapdragon 835 processors, would be functionally identical to those on Intel processors. For the most part, the upcoming devices from […]


Dark Silicon – how does the tech industry raise to the challenge?

October 7, 2015

Via: itCurated

Dark silicon derives from the “dark fiber or unlit fiber” notion – which designates unused, but available for use optical fiber networks. What actually is dark fiber? Since civil engineering costs when installing cables are so high, many companies planned […]

News and Press

IBM, ARM Partner On IoT Development

September 7, 2015

Via: William Terdoslavich

IBM keeps building up its Internet of Things effort, announcing this week a partnership with ARM, the world’s leading foundry for RISC chip-based IoT sensors. The deal, which the two companies announced Sept. 3, calls for out-of-the-box compatibility between ARM […]