Code commits show that the launch of a MIPS-powered Chromebook is imminent.
Imagination talks about porting Vulkan to its PowerVR GPUs at GDC and about what the new API means for game developers.
Qualcomm announced Snapdragon 820 processor with next-generation Kryo CPU core and a brand-new Zeroth cognitive computing platform.
Mediatek announces multi-mode MT3188 ASIC that will implement all three wireless charging standards: Qi, PMA and Rezence.
Qualcomm announced ultrasonic fingerprint scanning technology that's even more advanced than Apple's Touch ID.
Samsung announced that it has begun the mass production of chips on its next-generation 14nm FinFET process.
Samsung is working on single-chip solutions that come with integrated modems. This could help the company reduce its reliance on Qualcomm even further.
Nvidia saw a strong fiscal 2015 with all of the company's divisions enjoying increases in revenue and profits.
ARM showed strong growth in the last quarter thanks to high adoption of the new ARMv8 architecture and its new CPU cores such as Cortex A57 and Cortex A53.
A job description on Linkedin shows the existence of the Exynos 7890 and Exynos 7650 chips from Samsung.
China's antitrust agency fined Qualcomm $1 billion and forced it to lower its licensing prices in the country.
The 20nm Snapdragon 810's main problem may not be that it overheats, but that it overheats trying to achieve the performance of the 14nm Exynos 7.