ARM announced Wednesday that it has acquired Apical, a U.K.-based imaging and embedded computer vision products firm, for US$350 million.
ARM Tuesday unveiled a new set of processors for embedded devices it will push in the burgeoning Internet of Things market.
A new Microsoft job posting offers the tantalizing possibility that Microsoft is still looking to bring Windows onto ARM.
AMD has unveiled its first ARM-based server processor to challenge Intel in the data center.
There's further proof that Microsoft is looking to develop a new Windows build for ARM chips.
Paul Thurrott discovered evidence that Microsoft might not have given up on running Windows on ARM.
Amazon opened the door to a host of questions about its plans in the chip world with the introduction this week of a new product from Annapurna Labs, the chip company Amazon bought last year.
Expect commercially available ARM-based servers to arrive soon, as at least five computer makers announced ARM servers this week.
In a first, embedded systems company Semihalf has demonstrated a beta version of the FreeBSD operating system running on a 96-core server based on the 64-bit ARM-based processor, according to a report on Computerworld.
Chip maker ARM and Beijing-based smart device platform technology provider Thundersoft have opened what they're calling "an Internet of Things one-stop shop" for startups and original equipment manufacturers in the form of the ARM Innovation Ecosystem Accelerator.