Thirteen days from the opening of the Intel Developer Forum and things are starting to take shape, amid the widespread speculation and now evolving corporate announcements.
With only two weeks to go before the Intel® Developer Forum (IDF) there’s just enough time for everyone to get in their two cents worth of speculation before the x86 chip manufacturing giant sets us straight.
Stock prices for Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD) have been inching up lately as a study by Mercury Research showed that AMD’s x86 processor market share was growing. According to the research AMD’s x86 share was at 16.9 percent at the end of the second quarter, up from 14.3 percent from 2013
Linus Torvalds may enjoy the widespread application of his Linux kernel, but there are still worlds to conquer he told the Linux faithful at LinuxCon Wednesday.
Sage Electronic Engineering LLC has released its coreboot® support for AMD’s Olive Hill Plus Reference Board, and the “Steppe Eagle” System on Chip (SoC), to the open source community website (www.coreboot.org).
The company has four main areas of interest: 1) Fusing man and machine like in Google Glass and IoT wearables. 2) Self-driving cars, which the company has been working on since 2010. 3) Bringing the Internet to everyone, everywhere; this means, of course, that Google will be everywhere. And 4) Solving death, which means we’ll never get away from Google.
Intel’s Broadwell 14-nanometer chip technology should be out in the stores by the holidays, but other equipment manufacturers are not sitting on their hands waiting, either, bringing more products employing the Atoms processor into play.
Facing virtual elimination in the smartphone market, BlackBerry has launched a group that will move toward embedded software, the IoT and protecting the company’s patents.
Unless Canada wants to step into the fray, it looks as if all the smoke has cleared over Lenovo plans to buy IBM’s x86 server business for $2.3 billion.
The x86 processor giant combined with SMS Audio to create the new “fitness wearable,” headphones with heart-rate sensors.