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.
ARM is developing new processors as it looks to make wearables smaller and more power efficient
The chip maker will bring native Android support to a 20-nm, 64-bit ARM processor next year
ARM reports a 30 percent year-over-year increase in A-series chips into smartphones, including the first high-volume sales of 64-bit chips.
A specific timeframe has not been given, but future chips will be compliant with HSA Foundation specifications.
ARM's Cortex-A17 processors will reach mobile devices next year
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