Google expands its Coral lineup with two new products for 2020 and more memory options for the Coral SoM.
First AWS launches Arm-based Graviton2 processors and then Qualcomm targets Intel-based laptops. Here's a recap of a rough week.
The bet is that Qualcomm can combine connectivity with thin and fanless devices to win over mobile workers. The company adds that its PC plan is a marathon not a sprint.
With Graviton2, AWS is making it clear that it is serious about Arm processors in the data center as well as moving cloud infrastructure innovation at its pace.
Microsoft is continuing to forge ahead with Windows 10 on Arm with a test version of its native Arm Chromium-based Edge browser, plus (possibly) x64 app emulation on the platform.
The 1909, 1903 updates support up to Snapdragon 850, 8cx, and Intel Comet Lake CPUs on new devices.
The adoption of Intel processors allowed Macs to more easily run Windows. But a switch to its own processors would probably put an end to dual-boot Macs.
The new Customs Instructions feature should open up the door for a greater diversity of devices, Arm says.
Repeat after me: Windows 10 on Arm is not Windows RT. It’s also not the Windows 10 you know. Before you order an Arm-powered Windows device like the new Surface Pro X, read this.
Photos of Microsoft's new Surface laptops leak ahead of Wednesday's big Surface event in New York City.
Oracle commits to six-month release cycle for Java.
Huawei ban is like preventing a hotel chain from buying beds, says Microsoft president Brad Smith.
New Confidential Computing Consortium will promote the use of TEEs (trusted execution environments).
New hire could accelerate Apple's plans to move macOS hardware from Intel CPUs to Arm-based chips.
The Cortex-A77 CPU delivers 20 percent performance improvement over Cortex-A76 devices, while the Mali-G77 GPU is designed to deliver high-end graphics on mobile devices.
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.
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.