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$199 laptop with Intel ‘not’ inside (and Flash Lite)

Flash Player 7 SDK January 7th, 2009

Freescale is demoing $199 laptop based on its latest 1GHz iMX515 processor at CES. The processor is based on ARM architecture and among other things offers support for codecs, OpenGL/VG and not to mention, Flash Lite. It claims that because of all the hardware support for Flash Lite, it will give users satisfactory experience. ......continue reading

Intel to Apple: Use our processor so you can run Flash!

Devices- iPhone, Flash Enabled Devices, Processors- ARM, Semiconductors October 23rd, 2008

In a recent Intel Developer Conference at Taipei, Intel blamed Apple’s choice of ARM for not having Flash on iPhone.  Duh…. From the release: ......continue reading

Intel Atom making its way into iPhone?

Devices- Embedded, Devices- iPhone, Mobile applications, Mobile phones, Operating Systems, Semiconductors September 8th, 2008

I came accross this article on embedded.com, that talks about how Apple is close to signing a deal with Intel to use Atom in its next generation iPhones. Then I came accross several other reports that basically deny that anything is happening, and that Intel Germany head’s remarks that started thr rumors, have been interpreted incorrectly. ......continue reading

Linux to be the most popular OS for MIDs(Mobile Internet Devices)

Devices- Embedded, Devices- iPhone, Mobile phones, OS- Embedded linux, Semiconductors June 15th, 2008

Apparently Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs) is a term coined by Intel, and is used to refer to class of devices similar to Nokia’s N800. A new research report released by Forward Concept claims that Linux will be the most popular OS in the MIDs, and such devices will be dominated by ARM, not ATOM and Linux, not Windows. All the MID talk and emergence of new class of devices sounds  fascinating, but I have a fundamental question: ......continue reading

Intel’s atoms

Devices- Embedded, Semiconductors June 3rd, 2008

 intel-atoms.jpeg                                                           Oops- I meant Intel’s Atom processor. Intel is moving full steam with it. Apparently Intel’s keynote at Computex in Taipei focused on mobile devices, and announcement of its new line of Atom processors, codenamed ‘Diamondville’. ......continue reading

Apple buys PA Semi

Media players, Semiconductors April 24th, 2008

Apple has purchased PA Semi.  The news story goes on to say that Apple will not consider Atom in their iPhone.  PA Semi makes low power PowerPC based chips. ......continue reading

Alpha version of AIR, and Real Player available for ATOM

Flash Enabled Devices, Flash Lite 3, Media players April 13th, 2008

INtel LogoIntel announced that AIR and Real Player will be available on Intel platform. A step in right direction if they want to compete with ARM. ......continue reading

Intel’s Atom: ARM killer?

Devices- Embedded, Semiconductors March 22nd, 2008

Intel recently announced a new brand name for its low power processor family- ‘Atom’. These processors have Core 2 duo instruction set, and is meant for consumer and mobile devices, a market currently dominated by ARM. Intel hopes to wrestle significant market share from ARM when the device starts shipping. ......continue reading