TSMC's much anticipated 16nm FinFET process is about to land a quarter earlier next year, and Apple and Nvidia are going to be the first major chip makers to benefit from the new process node.
When it comes to mobility, ARM-based SoCs dominate. Join us as we take a look at where the flagship processors from Qualcomm, Apple, Nvidia, and Samsung land in the competitive landscape.
Intel's entrance into the mobile market has been glacially slow so far, and one analyst thinks the best way to change that would be for Intel to buy an ARM chip company like Mediatek.
Qualcomm's leaked roadmap shows that its mid-range and high-end 64-bit processors will only begin shipping with devices next year, potentially leaving them behind the competition.
The Snapdragon 810, Qualcomm's first high-end 64-bit chip based on the new ARMv8 instruction set, gets outed by a recent AnTuTu benchmark.
By acquiring MIPS Technologies, Imagination hopes to build a strong platform to compete against the incumbent ARM and daunting challenger Intel on a more equal footing. We go through the company's portfolio to determine its strengths and opportunities.
The Snapdragon brand is synonymous with performance. It creates anxiety that competing SoCs feel deep down in their silicon substrate. But can Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 805 maintain its dominance in the Android-based smartphone market?
Oppo's N1 sports a unique pivoting camera, a large-format display, and two different operating system options. Are those features enough to make up for an older hardware platform and dicey software optimization in a sea of compelling competition?
Today's review of Samsung's Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition) includes the LTE-capable and Wi-Fi-only tablets, allowing us to compare Samsung's own Exynos 5 Octa platform to Qualcomm's Snapdragon 800. Can either configuration usurp Apple's iPad Air?
ZTE has announced its most powerful budget-friendly smartphone yet: the Grand S Pro, featuring a 2.3 GHz Snapdragon SoC, and priced at just $250!
Snapdragon 801, the recently-announced update to the Snapdragon 800, shares some of the same SKUs as Snapdragon 800. So, how do you tell the difference? We break down the family and introduce you to the first benchmarks of Sony's Xperia Z2 tablet, too.