ZTE will show off a new smartphone with the improved LTE data networking capability.
Wouldn’t you like to carry around a worldphone?
Marvell’s ARM-based Armada chips are used in the Lenovo TV and the Netgear NeoTV Prime with Google TV.
Marvell Technology Group, best known for making chips for a wide variety of devices, is in hot water with Carnegie Mellon University
Intel and ARM are fighting the world war of the chip market. The battle is playing out in servers, smartphones, tablets and PCs.
RackSpace, HP, Canonical, and other OpenStack members are combining forces to build what they say will be the first-ever ARM processor-based cloud. The goal is to build an extremely efficient, powerful, but inexpensive cloud with low power consumption.
OnLive says its focus is “to make the highest quality gaming accessible to everyone, anywhere, and anytime they want it.”
Based on conventional wisdom, Quantenna shouldn’t exist as a startup maker of Wi-fi chips. It has huge competitors among chipmakers Broadcom, Marvell, and Qualcomm-Atheros. But Quantenna is announcing a gargantuan $79 million funding round today because it has figured out how to do Wi-Fi chips that are faster and have greater range than its rivals.
Chip maker Marvell is announcing its Smile Plug development kit aimed at turning classrooms into much better computer learning environments.
Marvell is announcing today that its technology will be used in the next version of the One Laptop per Child education tablet.
Broadcom is now one of the top five suppliers of chips for smartphones, according to a third quarter report by market research firm Strategy Analytics.