Look for a road map for Intel's shift to the mobile era to be outlined at next week's Intel Developer Forum.
Imagination is the U.K. company that designs the iPhone's and iPad's graphics chips.
Intel is expected to announce availability next week of a low-power Atom server chip code-named Avoton, which is likely to appear soon in systems such as Hewlett-Packard's Moonshot.
ARM has acquired Sensinode in Finland in its bid to provide technology and processors for the "Internet of things," consisting of a variety of low-power and inexpensive devices including sensors communicating with the Internet and one another.
Oracle and ARM are working together to make the Java programming language more suitable for ARM processors, in order to encourage its use for embedded systems and enterprise software.
Does Intel's "Clover Trail" Atom chip outperform the incumbent ARM processor? One analyst has rerun the benchmarks, and concluded that ARM's processor comes out on top.
AMD's "Seattle" chip, the first from the chipmaker to be built around an ARM cores, will sample early in 2014.
Tests by ABI Research cast doubt on the common assumption that ARM chips offer better power savings than X86 chips designed by Intel, and may mean more smartphones will be built using Intel's Atom family.
Here's the question that's keeping Intel up at night: If the latest "Bay Trail" Atom chips are really that good, why does anyone need a "Haswell" PC at all?
The seesaw mobile processor battle between ARM and Intel continued at Computex, with ARM claiming it offered better performance per watt for mobile devices than Intel's upcoming chips.