Nvidia released its latest JetPack 2.3 developer software suite for the Jetson TX1. The new tools enable developers to run algorithms and compile software twice as fast on the Jetson TX1.
Intel announced that it will license the ARM architecture so it can start building ARM chips for customers--its third big try at becoming an important player in the mobile market.
Google and a team of researchers from various universities managed to simulate the hydrogen molecule on a quantum computer for the first time.
Softbank, the Japanese telecommunications company that previously acquired Sprint, announced that it bought ARM Holdings for $32 billion.
Vesper announced a new generation piezoelectric MEMS microphone that's also its first quiescent-sensing MEMS microphone that can draw almost zero power while being in always-on mode.
ARM, Imagination, and Qualcomm have all begun optimizing their GPUs for VR and Google's Daydream platform.
IBM launched access to its five-qubit universal quantum computer to give students and developers an opportunity to experiment with building applications for quantum computers.
Movidius announced its Fathom neural compute stick, which can improve the deep learning capabilities of an embedded device by orders of magnitude at less than 1.2W of power.
Google's and Nvidia's commitment to OpenPower architecture may make IBM's Power9 an unexpected success in servers and supercomputers, starting next year.
Energous announced partnership with Pegatron, a "Tier-1" manufacturer from China, that can help it broaden the appeal of its WattUp long-range wireless charging technology.
IBM researchers invented a new chip based on non-volatile memory technologies that could speed up the "training" of artificial intelligence that's based on Deep Neural Networks by 30,000x.