The storied maker of PC chips may not hit its 40 million tablet goal this year, says a report. But it's certainly trying.
Apple likes to disrupt. And a lot of the disruption happens within Apple. Is the writing on the wall for ARM and Macs?
Gary Atkinson's job is to make sure the Internet of Things becomes the next big thing for chip designer ARM.
The company is trying to bring the cost of smartphones down to as little as $50.
The energy-efficient fifth-generation Core chips will enable fanless laptops that can be converted into tablets, and a handful of them are on the way.
The chipmaker and watchmaker hope to capture some of the new market, expected to reach $8 billion in revenue by 2018.
Apple is undoubtedly testing ARM-based Macs internally and has been for some time. The question is, when -- or even if -- it will make the switch? A new rumor says it may be getting closer.
The semiconductor giant has been pushing its processors for use in smartwatches and other devices, but it used chips using rival architecture for some of its prototypes.
Marvell is cited as a likely chip customer for Intel. If the analysis pans out, it would be Intel's third ARM customer.
Brian Krzanich has yet to determine what he wants to achieve in the smartphone business, but he sees opportunities outside the Western world.