Intel Finished Optimizing Its 64-Bit Chips for Android 4.4 for KitKat

Intel Finished Optimizing Its 64-Bit Chips for Android 4.4 for KitKat
Share on Google+ Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on LinkedIn

Although the previous Intel Atom architecture was only 32-bit and had some hard limitations baked in it, the new one supports both 32-bit and the 64-bit extensions, just like Intel’s other chips, although for the very first versions of this architecture, the 64-bit extension seems to have been disabled (probably to save cost, and because […]

What To Expect with the Snapdragon 410, 605A, 802, and 805 Chips in 2014!

What To Expect with the Snapdragon 410, 605A, 802, and 805 Chips in 2014!
Share on Google+ Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on LinkedIn

Qualcomm has recently announced 4 chips that’s going to use in 2014 (they may still launch new ones towards the end of the year, though): Snapdragon 410, Snapdragon 802, Snapdragon 805, and Snapdragon 602A. Snapdragon 410 This chip is composed of a 64-bit quad-core 1.2 Ghz Cortex A53 CPU, which is the successor of the quad-core […]

PlayStation Now Games Will Require a DualShock 3 Controller

PlayStation Now Games Will Require a DualShock 3 Controller
Share on Google+ Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on LinkedIn

Sony has recently announced the PlayStation Now project, which is a way for Sony to stream PlayStation games to people on TVs, tablets and even smartphones. However, apparently there’s a catch: you need a DualShock 3 controller in order to play these games. For the PS4 and the PSVita, you can obviously use their own […]

Chromebooks May Be Receiving Some Mid-Range Options Soon

Chromebooks May Be Receiving Some Mid-Range Options Soon
Share on Google+ Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on LinkedIn

So far we’ve only really seen low-end sub-$300 Chromebooks (if you don’t count the first-gen Atom-based Chromebooks that had terrible performance and cost $400 or more, that is) and the one and only Chromebook Pixel that costs something like $1,300 or more. There hasn’t really been a mid-range option that offers not just a good […]