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|March 11, 2014||MediaTek Hits a High Note
The new MT6595 offers high-end features like Cortex-A17 and 4K video. The quad-core MT6732 and octa-core MT6752 are MediaTek's first 64-bit processors. All three integrate LTE.
|March 4, 2014||Broadcom Ships First LTE Processor
Broadcom's first integrated LTE processor, the M320, is not only in production but is shipping in a Samsung phone. Technology from the Renesas deal helped accelerate this product.
|March 4, 2014||Cortex-A17 Grows ARM's Midsection
ARM has launched Cortex-A17, extending the life of its older-generation 32-bit cores. It has also introduced the Mali-DP500 display controller, which uses technology acquired from Cadence in September 2013.
|March 3, 2014||Expanding Our Mobile Coverage
Our new Mobile Chip Report covers topics such as application processors, LTE modems, Wi-Fi combo chips, mobile memory, RF, sensors, and power management.
|February 4, 2014||Imagination Extends Family of Rogues
Imagination Technologies continues to expand its family of Series6 GPUs, known by its code-name Rogue, with new models at both the high and low ends.
|January 21, 2014||Analysts' Choice Winners for 2013
The Linley Group recognizes 2013's top products in the categories of embedded processors, mobile processors, PC/server processors, and processor IP. And the winners are…
|January 14, 2014||MediaTek Enters LTE Era
Now approaching the highest tier of cellular performance, MediaTek formally disclosed its first LTE processor, the MT6290, and a plan for further LTE developments.
|January 14, 2014||Tegra K1 Adds PC Graphics to Mobile
Nvidia has unveiled its next-generation Tegra processor, previously code-named Logan. The new device, called Tegra K1, is the company’s first application processor integrating a mobile version of the Kepler desktop GPU.
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