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ARM and TSMC collaborate to work on 7nm FinFET SoCs

ARM and TSMC have announced a new partnership that will see the companies collaborate on 7nm FinFET manufacturing process technology, with the goal of making it a viable reality in the next few years.

What's Next in Mobile? 10 Predictions for 2015

Twenty-fourteen saw mobile displays go above 1080p, ubiquitous LTE, lots of affordable devices, and more. As we now head in to 2015, it's time to make another ten predictions for what we might see in mobile computing throughout the year. Is the market set for a slowdown or will we see further noteworthy advancements? Here is our take on where we think the action will be.

History of the Personal Computer, Part 5: Computing goes mainstream, mobile, ubiquitous

The new millennium brought a closer relationship between people and computers. More portable devices became the conduit that enabled humans' basic need to connect. It's no surprise that computers transitioned from productivity tool to indispensable companion as connectivity proliferated. This is the fifth and final installment in a series exploring the history of the microprocessor and personal computing.

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ARM-based 'Amur' chip from AMD reportedly slated for late 2015

Earlier this year AMD announced 'Project SkyBridge', a new framework at the company that's aimed at expanding their SoC portfolio to include ARM-based chips. These ARM SoCs would be pin-compatible with the company's next-generation x86 APUs, making it easy for manufacturers to design…

ARM and TSMC to shift to 10nm node in late 2015

ARM and TSMC are gearing up to shift to a 10nm manufacturing process for 64-bit ARMv8-A SoCs in 2015, a move which should improve performance and energy efficiency compared to current-generation chips. The announcement of the shift to 10nm continues…