Like Apple and Tesla, Volkswagen wants to make chips for its self-driving cars in-house as it readies for next stage of the brand’s evolution.
The Snapdragon 870 5G is the successor to last year’s 865 Plus, with a number of second tier OEMs set to utilise the new mobile silicon.
Qualcomm confirms that it was given permission by the US government to sell to Huawei, despite the Chinese firm still being on the entity list.
Shortly after Intel revealed its latest silicon, Acer followed thereafter with refreshed versions of the Swift 3 and Swift 5.
After years of teasing, Apple has confirmed that it will be switching to ARM chips for selected Mac devices, with the first landing this year.
The announcement would see Apple switch from Intel to ARM processors in its MacBooks moving forward.
It marks an important milestone for the firm’s mobile processors.
The new 10nm chips will focus on ultraportable notebooks with its first wave of U-branded processors.
Moore’s Law is now more of a suggestion as Intel’s tick-tock cycle skips a beat.
Intel is shrinking the transistor again.
Can AMD be the comeback-kid again?