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ARM’s DynamIQ Focuses on Performance, Efficiency, Redundancy, Scalability, and Latency

There has been a lot of progress made in mobile SoCs over the last 10 years. We have come a long way since the single core chips from a decade ago. The biggest advancement in chipsets since those days has likely been ARM's big.LITTLE cluster design which has helped massively improve both performance and power efficiency...

U.S. ITC to Investigate Claims that LG, MediaTek, and Others Violate AMD’s Graphics Patents

The U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC) stated on Friday that it had voted to open an investigation on claims made by AMD whereby LG, MediaTek, Vizio, and Sigma are selling products in the U.S. which infringe upon AMD's patents on graphic systems. The origin of this patent dispute is traced back to AMD's complaint with the...

ARM announces their second Bifrost GPU – the Mali-G51

Back in May of this year ARM announced the Mali-G71, the company's first GPU that utilized their new Bifrost architecture. This new architecture from ARM was quickly adopted into the high-end mobile market, due to growing demand for VR gaming along with other complex and constantly evolving power hungry mobile gaming content. When building their...

Vulkan API Means More Control and Alternative to OpenGL [UPDATED]

Thankfully, the press release and materials on the Vulkan web site give us a wealth of information to start answering some of those basic questions that may be out there. First and foremost, Vulkan is not a replacement for OpenGL or OpenGL ES. It is an alternative approach to graphics development, one where much more of...

Xposed Released for Galaxy S6 and arm64 Samsung Devices

Recognized contributor wanam has released a version of Xposed that should work on all Galaxy S6 variants and he hopes that it will support upcoming Samsung arm64 devices. It is still in an experimental phase, however, and it has been confirmed as working so far on selected tested modules. As users of Samsung devices may know, they...