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Five 64-bit smartphone processors to watch out for in 2014
Firstpost / 3/7/14
Besides this, the main focus of this architecture is improving on low power consumption states which allow vendors to add more cores without hampering battery life. The progression from the first ARM architecture to where we are now. ARM currently has ... Another advantage of 64-bit is that the Operating System can fetch mode data per CPU cycle, which can boost performance significantly in heavily skinned versions of Android. Here's a quick look at the five SoCs that we'll be seeing a lot of in the months to come.
New 64-Bit Corel(R) VideoStudio(R) X7 Delivers on Users' Top Requests
Consumer Electronics Net / 3/6/14
Today Corel announced the availability of VideoStudio Pro X7 and VideoStudio Ultimate X7. Thanks to performance gains achieved through the addition of 64-bit architecture, the updated creative library and the new touch-friendly instant movie creator, ...
Linux Group Could Hasten 64-bit Android for ARM Mobile Devices
CIO / 3/4/14
IDG News Service (New York Bureau) — Linaro, the open-source development consortium for Linux on ARM architecture, is working on software, tools and drivers that could hasten the release of 64-bit Android. The move is significant because, apart from ...
Linux ARM development hurries 64-bit Android release
ITProPortal / 3/4/14
Linux developers working on software, tools and drivers for ARM architecture could speed up the arrival of a 64-bit version of Android that is rumoured to be on the horizon for later on this year. Related: Samsung will have 64-bit chips once Android is ready.
Proprietary And Unix Systems Decline In Q4, X86 Up A Smidgen
IT Jungle / 3/2/14
I don't like the terms "proprietary," and I don't like the terms "industry standard" as if all of the customers and vendors got together and created a non-proprietary machine. Best I can figure, the X86 architecture is still pretty much ruled by Intel and Windows was ...
Samsung likely to launch 64-bit chip smartphone this year
News Tribe / 2/28/14
Apple was the first to get in on the 64-bit game back in September, packing the architecture into the iPhone 5S. Others, however, are still lagging behind. The Samsung Galaxy S5 was rumoured to be coming with a 64-bit processor at one point, but now you'll ...
Intel vs. ARM: Two titans' tangled fate
InfoWorld / 2/27/14
That was important to Nokia, Ericsson, Motorola, and other early adopters of the ARM processor architecture because those companies were making newfangled devices called mobile phones that needed to be small and run on batteries. All of the traditional ...
Marvell announces 64-bit Armada PXA 1928 SoC
Android Authority / 2/27/14
The new Armada PXA 1928 is based on the new ARMv8 architecture and features four 1.5GHz Cortex A53 cores, accompanied by a Vivante GC5000 GPU, which has full support for 1080p displays and video recording. Moving past the GPU and CPU, the Marvell Armada PXA 1928 packs tons of other features including LTE Cat 4, TD-HSPA+, LTE TDD/FDD, HSPA+, EDGE, and also supports multi-radio, CSFB, and VoLTE voice solutions. You'll even find connectivity features like 802.11ac WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, FM ...
Samsung debuts new Exynos chips – but no 64-bit versions yet
HEXUS / 2/26/14
This new Exynos 5 Hexa processor is powered by six CPU cores; two 1.7GHz ARM Cortex-A15 cores and four 1.3GHz ARM Cortex-A7 cores, again using a big.LITTLE design. Samsung says this chip can beat previous Exynos 5 Dual performance by up to 42 ...
Qualcomm Snapdragon 610, 615: 64-bit, 4G/LTE, advanced graphics
KitGuru / 2/26/14
Moreover, the company still has not introduced its own implementation of ARMv8 architecture. Keeping in mind that the performance-mainstream SoCs utilize ARM Cortex-A53 cores, we can expect the next-gen Snapdragon 810/815 to feature up to eight ...
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