While Intel, Marvell, MediaTek, Qualcomm and Nvidia announced their first 64-bit mobile processors at the 2014 Mobile World Congress, Android smartphones running 64-bit chips are unlikely to hit the market before the second half of the year, judges ABI Research.
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An iPad equipped with Apple's new 64-bit A7 processor could further hurt the PC market by making inroads into businesses.
A second-gen Surface RT tablet is in the works, and Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang says his company is working with Microsoft on it—presumably in supplying its ARM-based Tegra microprocessor to power the device.
Advanced Micro Devices on Tuesday announced its new "Seattle" processor, which is a new server-based chip based on the ARM architecture.
ARM is working with Microsoft to tune the Windows RT operating system to work on ARM's 64-bit architecture, reports PC World.
Chip maker Advanced Micro Devices has announced that it will license the ARM architecture to power a range of new server products scheduled to arrive in 2014. The new ARM-based Opteron processor will be shipped alongside its existing x86-based Opterons, and will be a 64-bit chip. Given that AMD had earlier this year announced plans to integrate ARM technology into its x86-based processor as a security processor, this news doesn't come as a complete surprise.
ARM has announced a second-generation GPU that it says offers a 50 percent boost to help smartphones and tablets run graphics-intensive apps faster.
Chip maker MIPS is working to bring the latest version of the Android 4.1 OS, also known as Jellybean, to the processors made by the company.
AMD announced Wednesday that it will be partnering with ARM to integrate the company's Cortex-A5 TrustZone security technology into its x86-based processors.