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ARM develops second wave of 64-bit processors

ARM's Maya and Artemis chips are already being licensed to mobile device makers

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ARM's chip licensing revenue and profit keep on rising

But royalty revenue from shipments of chips containing its designs has stalled as mobile operators sell off older phones

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CEO Whitman to chair HP's board

Whitman joined HP in 2011 and is leading its turnaround effort

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TSMC Q2 profit up 15.2 percent, 20-nanometer chips start shipping

TSMC posted strong earnings, partly on growing adoption of 4G LTE technologies

Why Small Businesses Need to Spring for Business-Class Internet Access

There are a variety of benefits to business-class Internet, and a number of potential pitfalls to running a business from a consumer Internet connection.

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Intel's Haswell coming to Xeon E5 chips this quarter

The Xeon E5 chips code-named Grantley are the next generation of Intel's biggest-selling class of server chips

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Intel keeps Skylake PC processors on schedule for next year

Intel is still trying to pin down an exact release date for Skylake

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Intel to ship Galileo Gen2 open-source computer in August for $60

Intel's competitor to the Raspberry Pi could be used to create robots, 3D printers, wearables.

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Wireless could come to more Arduino boards with Atmel buy

Chip maker Atmel agrees to buy Newport Media and its wireless technologies for $140 million.

Server Hardware Down, But Not Out Yet

IBM’s effort to sell off its server hardware business is a sign of an ominous trend, but don’t toss out your servers just yet.

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Intel will make chips for Panasonic's audiovisual systems

Panasonic's TVs and stereos may look and sound better with Intel's 14-nanometer, 3D chips

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IBM to present the incredible shrinking supercomputer

IBM wants to shrink its Watson server to the size of a pizza box

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ARM to ship mini-computer for writing 64-bit Android L apps

ARM wants to boost its 64-bit hardware and software efforts with a new Android developer board. But it's also never shipped actual hardware before.

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Android TV gives Intel a new shot at the market after previous failures

The partnership with Google makes sense, analysts say, and allows Intel to enter the TV market without supplying content.

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China sets out to become global leader in chip manufacturing

China wants to encourage more investment in its local chip-making industry