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Intel has announced the cancellation of its upcoming Atom SoCs for smartphones and tablets, codenamed Broxton and SoFIA. After coughing up over US$10 billion to play catch-up in the mobile space, Intel is finally cutting its losses (although it is not exiting the mobile market entirely).
Tech News MediaTek unveils a new Premium Mobile Processor and their first bio-sensing front-end chip at MWC 2016
MediaTek seems to be making big strides this year, with the announcements of a new performance System on Chip (SoC) and the launch of their first bio-sensing analog front-end chip at MWC 2016.
Qualcomm has announced Snapdragon Wear, a new platform for designers of wearable devices like smartwatches and fitness trackers. It also revealed the Snapdragon Wear 2100 SoC, a chip that will enable more powerful features and connectivity options on the next generation of wearables.
Qualcomm has announced the Snapdragon 425, 435, and 625 SoCs, three new entry-level and mid-range chips. It also unveiled the Snapdragon X16 LTE modem, the first commercially available LTE modem to offer Gigabit-class download speeds.
The NVIDIA Jetson TX1 is paving the way for a wave of smart, autonomous robots and drones that will be able to take advantage of the capabilities of machine learning and neural networks.
Samsung has unveiled details on its upcoming flagship processor, the Exynos 8 Octa 8890, which will be the first to feature custom cores from the smartphone manufacturer itself.
Remember Intel Curie? It’s the company’s low-powered chip that will make its debut on the upcoming Arduino 101 development board. More details after the jump!
Chip is a US$9 single-board computer by Next Thing Co.. As of now, the company’s Kickstarter campaign appears wildly successful as over US$1 million has been pledged, exceeding its initial goal of US$50,000 by over 20 times.