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Ironically Apple helped fund and establish ARM (Advanced RISC Machines) in the UK back at the time of the Apple Newton. Now with ARM based chips dominating both smartphones and tablet markets, it looks like Apple may once again move the entire industry to a new paradigm.
Apple’s A4 chip is possibly more interesting than the iPad itself. In this article we explain a bit why
A peak into some details on the new iPad
Apple will announce its long-awaited touch-based computer device today at San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center. In this article we look back at our Mac touch article from two years ago and see what has changed and what is likely the same.
MacFive™ — Top News Stories of the Week: For Mar 15 we see exploding applications for the iPhone and iPod touch (now at 25,000), continued Enterprise Mac Adoption, an upcoming iPhone 3.0 OS update event, speculation about a new Apple touch-based netbook device and more…
MacFive™ — Top News Stories of the Week: For November 9 we look at everything from Plasmonic Lithography and Air Bearings to Apeer for the Mac to a new article by Roughly Drafted that expands the ideas of technology disruption, first brought to critical light by Clayton Christensen.
Apple looks set to grab one of IBM’s elite vice president-level managers – a 26 year IBM veteran with deep intellectual property history and direct knowledge of IBM chip design strategy. Yet IBM files suit to stop Papermaster from setting foot in Cupertino.
Apple Hearts Nvidia? Maybe…Perhaps this is less about Apple helping to save games and more about Apple being classic Apple.
Well…technically this is just a cash thing. But even by that measure that is an impressive feat for a company that was struggling for its very life just 11 years ago. With its recent record quarterly profits Apple now has more than $25.5 billion in cash, more than Microsoft.
Some Say BIM is just too darn hard. Could Apple make the most powerful tool ever vastly easier to master?
Future PA Semi – based Apple MIDs may utilize virtualization to address multiple markets, including gaming
With virtualization heating up in the low-power chip market, Apple may use PowerPC architecture in future mobile Internet devices to attract the gaming market
Architosh’s report entitled, Architosh 2002 AEC CAD IT Survey Report, a publication of Britasmedia, discussed at length the use of low-power PowerPC chips for future Apple devices of unknown form