The ousted executive will not leave his post, escalating tensions between the UK chip designer and its Chinese counterpart.
Radxa has started selling the Rock Pi 4C, its would-be rival to the Raspberry Pi 4.
Some say once all a ship’s parts have been replaced, after years of service, it’s no longer the same ship. Mac may not be Macintosh any more, but Apple’s revival of an old idea suggests history may not have changed as much as we think.
Apple’s recent move to redesign its Mac computers around chips that it fabricates for itself, replacing Intel, has cast a new spotlight around a class of processor that there’s a very good chance you own right now.
The end of Microsoft Intel PCs? Nonsense! A closer look at the two companies' underlying business models exposes some crucial differences.
Microsoft sets out some of what it says are .NET 5's wealth of performance improvements, especially for Arm64.
Microsoft releases stable builds of its Visual Studio Code editor for Windows on Arm devices.
The sale of the company could provide crucial funds as part of SoftBank’s $41 billion debt reduction program.
Apple silicon will force the whole PC industry to Arm architecture chips, argues former Apple exec Jean-Louis Gassée.
Raspberry Pi brings the Khronos OpenVX 1.3 computer-vision API to its single-board computers.
Replacing Intel Core processors with Apple Silicon is huge, but replacing Xeon chips would be a whole other matter.
Microsoft's Surface Pro X comes off second best against Apple's Arm-based silicon processor.
Apple will also reportedly stop making the 5W and 18W chargers in favor of a new 20W charger that's sold separately.
Only Windows 10 on Arm could run on Apple's future Arm-based Macs, but Microsoft's license doesn't permit it.
Moving the Mac to its own chip architecture is just the first step. How quickly will Apple seize complete control of its ecosystem? Big Sur is not locked down -- yet.
IDC has been surveying mobile developers for the past two years. In mid-May, it polled more than 3,500 developers in a survey sponsored by platform vendor and SAP partner, Appcelerator, to gauge their feelings about Apple versus Google in the enterprise, their interest in Windows 8/Microsoft Surface, what their pain points are, and more. Here is what they said, with my commentary.
Maybe the news of Apple shifting its Mac CPUs from Intel to its own ARM64 architecture seemed subdued by the upheavals going on in the world today. Or perhaps, just perhaps, this is one of those changes: Not only a move to a more efficient processor, but also a more sustainable supply chain. It may be the smartest move yet, and not just from Apple. ZDNet’s Scott Fulton explains. Read more: https://zd.net/2OZC3J9
An influential Apple pundit says Apple’s new Macs are going to usher in a “a new era of PCs.” Ed Bott says, “I don’t think so.” Read more: https://zd.net/2WLlaGz
In another Jason Squared episode, Jason Perlow and Jason Cipriani discuss what Apple’s transition to Arm-based architecture means for the company, developers and end users. Read more: https://zd.net/2YvKfq5
If Apple is announcing a new processor architecture that will obsolete current Macs, should you still buy a current-model Mac, which is shipping with that soon-to-be-obsolete architecture? We help you decide.
Arm unveils its 2020 roadmap, with its Deimos and Hercules chips aiming to take on Intel's dominance.
Intel's new technology promises to slash the amount of power that laptop displays consume.
Antivirus firms are playing patch catch-up, as Microsoft releases Meltdown firmware updates for Surface devices.
Vivaldi has unveiled a browser for Raspberry Pi and may soon have a build for smartphones, too.
Microsoft will bring a natively compiled version of Windows 10 to Qualcomm's ARM processors next year, plus an x86 emulation layer, designed to run on a new class of Windows 10 mobile PCs.