Mediatek handed out more details about its upcoming flagship chip, Helio X20, which is also the world's first deca-core and tri-cluster CPU.
Russian company MCST announced the launch of its Elbrus-4C CPU built on the Elbrus VLIW architecture, which targets high-performance computers and servers and can emulate x86 programs.
Transcend Information, a flash memory maker from Taiwan, announced its latest low-cost eMMC storage solution called the EMC210.
Imagination announced the Ensigma Whisper radio processor family for IoT and wearables that include support for Wi-Fi 802.11n and Bluetooth Smart.
The U.S. government restricted U.S. chip companies from selling supercomputer chips to four Chinese technical centers that help build China's supercomputers.
Atmel announced a new SAM L21 microcontroller that can power devices that last more than a decade with a single battery charge.
TSMC reached the risk production milestone with its second generation FinFET-based process, the 16FF+. Mass production of chips based on this process is expected to begin mid-2015.
Mediatek intends to enter the wearables and IoT markets by getting as many developers interested in developing for its platforms as possible.
Today, Intel unveils its new Haswell-E processors and X99 chipset, and a deluge of new products are coming in short order. Also, want to win a killer gaming rig?
CyberPowerPC can't wait to outfit its custom rigs with CPUs and motherboards sporting new Intel Haswell-E and X99 gear.
Broadcom is kicking off Mobile World Congress a bit early with the unveiling of a brand new chip aimed at fitness trackers and smart watches.