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The company's latest graphics capabilities are better equipped to handle mobile gaming, new user interfaces and video all while preserving power.
ARM's CEO has defended the company's stance in light of Nvidia's push to ban the sale of devices allegedly infringing upon intellectual property.
ARM has acquired a company that specializes in graphics technology for games as the race to produce better mobile device chips for entertainment purposes continues.
The three-core design from Marvell, which inherited Intel's ARM team, promises to result in smartphones able to run games and graphics nearly as good as those on Sony's PlayStation 3
Orion is a dual-core, ARM-based chip that Samsung says beats it predecessor on speed, graphics, memory and video capabilities. The semiconductor is coming to Samsung devices in early 2011
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Canonical's founder has revealed the name for the next-but-one version of the Linux distro, saying it will reflect the graphical enhancements and ARM optimisation of Ubuntu 11.04
At the Symbian Smartphone Show, Gareth Vaughan of ARM gives a demo of the Mali200 dual-core mobile GPU, a mobile chip geared to high-performance graphics
ARM has been pushing the PowerVR MBX core, developed with Imagination Technologies, as a technology for building realistic 3D graphics into mobile devices.
A new development board from UK chip designer ARM could help console-like 3D graphics make their way into mobile phones and PDAs
Graphics chipmaker ATI Technologies on Tuesday said it had acquired certain assets of its AMI Technologies sales subsidiary. By aquiring assets from AMI, ATI's 11-year-old sales arm for China and Taiwan, the chipmaker aims to expand its presence in Taiwan and China, two important markets for the chipmaker.
Fancy playing a 3D space shoot 'em-up on your PDA? Or a flight simulator on your phone? It's not as far off as you might imagine
U.K. chipmaker ARM Holdings is readying a silicon design that will bring console-class 3D graphics to mobile phones, for features such as games.