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ARM Memo Tells Staff To Stop Working With Huawei

UK-based chip designer ARM has told staff it must suspend business with Huawei, according to internal documents obtained by the BBC. ARM instructed employees to halt "all active contracts, support entitlements, and any pending engagementsâ with Huawei and its subsidiaries to comply with a recent US trade clampdown. From a report: ARM's designs form the basis of most mobile device processors worldwide. In a company memo, it said its designs contained "US origin technology." As a consequence, it b...
Tags: UK, US, Tech, Huawei, ARM, Trump, BBC ARM


ARM halts Huawei relationship following US ban

The dominoes continue to fall for Huawei in the wake of a Trump-led U.S. trade ban. An internal memo from ARM lays out the chip giant’s decision to hit pause on “all active contracts, support entitlements, and any pending engagements,” per the BBC. While based in Cambridge, England, the company believes itself to be impacted by the trade issue due to its use of technology originating in the States. The move is just another indication of how complex the issue of extracting U.S.-based technolog...
Tags: Google, TC, Mobile, Microsoft, US, Tech, Bbc, Huawei, ARM, U S Department of Commerce, Cambridge England, Huawei Huawei


Harder software: Reason Rack Extensions, in actual hardware racks

Once upon a time, Propellerhead ran an ad showing a bunch of hardware synths in a trash bin to make a point. This time, we get the opposite – a KORG Polysix for Reason running back in hardware. By now, these arguments about analog versus digital, software versus hardware are all surely irrelevant to music making. But recent developments go one step further: they produce an environment in which inventors and developers no longer have to care. The vision is, make your cool effects and synthesis co...
Tags: Music, Hardware, Sweden, Trends, Tech, Intel, Analysis, Gear, Linux, ARM, Modular, Cdm, Music Tech, Musicos, Vst, Korg


Intel's data center business was supposed to spark new growth. But the chip giant hit some unexpected bumps on the road. (INTC, QCOM, AMD, GOOG, FB, ARMH, AMZN)

Intel's disappointing first-quarter report last week featured weaker-than-expected results in the data center business. The chip giant said it was hurt by "a more cautious IT spending environment." Some analysts point to unexpected soft demand in the cloud data center market, which remains uncertain. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Intel's data center business was expected to propel the chip giant to a new era of growth. But in light of the Silicon Valley company's first-...
Tags: China, Trends, Intel, Warren Buffett, Silicon Valley, Qualcomm, ARM, Idc, Kay, Wang, Moorhead, Patrick Moorhead, Moor Insights Strategy, Swan, Google Amazon Facebook, Bernstein Research


Docker developers can now build Arm containers on their desktops

Docker and Arm today announced a major new partnership that will see the two companies collaborate in bringing improved support for the Arm platform to Docker’s tools. The main idea here is to make it easy for Docker developers to build their applications for the Arm platform right from their x86 desktops and then deploy them to the cloud (including the Arm-based AWS EC2 A1 instances), edge and IoT devices. Developers will be able to build their containers for Arm just like they do today, wit...
Tags: Amazon, Startups, TC, Cloud, Internet Of Things, Enterprise, Developer, Cloud Computing, San Francisco, Php, Developers, Computing, Docker, ARM, Amazon Web Services, Messina


A motorcycle-compatible bionic arm that lets the disabled ride motorbikes

Combining Honda’s expertise in robotics and in motorbikes, Tom Hylton envisions a solution that helps disabled ride bikes, perhaps even in a professional capacity.The Honda Prosthetic Arm exists in the capacity of a concept, and allows people without an arm to operate a Honda motorcycle. The arm attached at the shoulder and plugs right into the handlebar, giving you a great grip over the bike. The robotic arm is also built to send commands to the bike, allowing you to accelerate, decelerate, or ...
Tags: Design, Technology, Medical, Automotive, Motorbike, Honda, ARM, Bionic, Product Design, Motorcycle, Prosthetic, Tom Hylton


'This is the most complicated process I’ve ever seen': As billions flow into the hottest new area of medicine, top execs say a crisis is brewing

The hottest new area of medicine today is a cutting-edge technology that leverages the body's own cells to treat disease.  Companies have been pouring in and investing billions. But they're encountering one big challenge: actually making the treatments.  New gene and cell therapies are encountering years-long backlogs, and delays keep potentially lifesaving medicines away from patients. Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories. For the biotech company Meira Gtx, a 29,000-square-foot fa...
Tags: UK, London, Boston, US, Trends, Fda, Novartis, ARM, Forbes, Gene, Adams, Murphy, Boston Massachusetts, Johnson Johnson, Roche, US Food and Drug Administration


'This is the most complicated process I’ve ever seen': As billions flow into gene therapy, top execs say a crisis is brewing in the hottest new area of medicine

The hottest new area of medicine today is a cutting-edge technology that leverages the body's own cells to treat disease.  Companies have been pouring in and investing billions. But they're encountering one big challenge: actually making the treatments.  New gene and cell therapies are encountering years-long backlogs, and delays keep potentially lifesaving medicines away from patients. Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories. For the biotech company MeiraGTx a 29,000-square-foot fact...
Tags: UK, London, Boston, US, Trends, Fda, Novartis, ARM, Forbes, Gene, Adams, Murphy, Boston Massachusetts, Johnson Johnson, Roche, US Food and Drug Administration


Intel may never make a CPU we can trust, but others might

Fixes for speculative exploits like Spectre and Meltdown comes with problems of their own. But a new approach could simply make them redundant as potential attacks without drawbacks, while making the whole system more secure. The post Intel may never make a CPU we can trust, but others might appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Trends, Intel, Computing, Meltdown, Spectre, ARM, CPU, Rambus, Insecure Series


dadamachines doppler is a new platform for open music hardware

The new doppler board promises to meld the power of FPGA brains with microcontrollers and the accessibility of environments like Arduino. And the founder is so confident that could lead to new stuff, he’s making a “label” to help share your ideas. doppler is a small, 39EUR development board packing both an ARM microcontroller and an FPGA. It could be the basis of music controllers, effects, synths – anything you can make run on those chips. If this appeals to you, we’ve even got a CDM-exclusiv...
Tags: Programming, Music, Diy, Electronics, Germany, Berlin, Tech, Development, Kickstarter, Stories, Arduino, Open-source, ARM, DSP, DAC, Platforms


Build your next iOS and Android app with Flutter

Mobile development is full of compromises. When you’re building a new app, you’re often forced into a difficult choice: do you build the same app twice—once for iOS, once for Android—so that you have a high quality experience for both platforms? Or do you create one app from a shared codebase that works across both platforms, but doesn't have the performance or user experience you were hoping for? Flutter offers a third way: enabling high-quality user experiences with excellent performance, alon...
Tags: Design, Dart, Barcelona, Developers, ARM, Flutter, Stateful Hot Reload, Abbey Road Studios Hamilton


This Creepy Fiberglass ‘Selfie Arm’ Adds The Illusion Of A Friend To A Self-Portrait Photo

By changing the context of a work, where it is seen or used, the meaning can be changed. What once was art becomes design and likewise, what was design transforms into art. The differences between the two once separate disciplines are in a constant state of flux, at times entirely indistinguishable. Residing somewhere in the middle, are artists Aric Snee and Justin Crowe, where they have honed... Source
Tags: Photography, Creepy, Design, Selfie, ARM, Stick, Aric Snee, Justin Crowe


This Apple Rumor That Refuses to Die Is a Very Good Idea

This morning Mark Gurman of Bloomberg reported that sources tell him Apple is planning to create a unified app architecture that works across macOS and iOS, and that it ties into a bid to develop an Apple computer with an Apple-designed CPU inside. Your Apple apps will be cross-platform, and the line between iOS and…Read more...
Tags: Apple, Science, Bloomberg, ARM, Mark Gurman, Consumer Tech, X86, Marzipan, The Great Merge


Arm expands its push into the cloud and edge with the Neoverse N1 and E1

For the longest time, Arm was basically synonymous with chip designs for smartphones and very low-end devices. But more recently, the company launched solutions for laptops, cars, high-powered IoT devices and even servers. Today, ahead of MWC 2019, the company is officially launching two new products for cloud and edge applications, the Neoverse N1 and E1. Arm unveiled the Neoverse brand a few months ago, but it’s only now that it is taking concrete form with the launch of these new products. “W...
Tags: Startups, Cloud, Internet Of Things, Technology, Hardware, Enterprise, Microsoft, Smartphones, Computers, Computing, Gm, Aws, ARM Holdings, ARM, Henry, SVP


Freedom EV: free/open replacement firmware for your electric vehicle -- including a Tesla

Freedom EV is a free/open software stack intended to replace the software in your electric vehicle, it's been tested on a Tesla Model X and should work on a Model S, if you can get root. Electric vehicles are very exciting but the same informatics and versatility that make them exciting also invite manufacturers to add all kinds of antifeatures (like batteries with plenty of charge remaining that refuse to power a vehicle because you've only paid for so much electricity; to say nothing of t...
Tags: Videos, Video, Floss, News, Youtube, Tesla, Intel, Automotive, Electric Vehicles, Linux, Electric, Github, ARM, MCU, Freedomev, Got Root


American Reserve Munitions Announce Flashless Gunpowder ~ VIDEO

Developed to keep our miltiary targets and law enforcement safe in low to no light conditions, ARM’s new flashless gunpowder to be marketed under the Stealth brand and available commercially.  Horseshoe Bend, Idaho (Ammoland.com) – American Reserve Munitions (ARM), producers of quality ammunition for quality shooters, launched several new products at the 2019 SHOT Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, Jan. 22 – 25, 2019 at booth #1459. In a game-changing announcement, ARM will be announcing the developm...
Tags: Guns, Navy, ARM, Las Vegas Nevada, Ammunition News, Horseshoe Bend Idaho, American Reserve Munitions, 2019 SHOT SHOW, Vaughn Wilkes


With today’s IPO sinking, a year of highs and lows for SoftBank

If there was a word that dominated startup and tech news coverage this year, it was SoftBank. The Japanese telecom conglomerate’s Vision Fund pushed out a prodigious amount of capital this year — quite literally billions of dollars — into companies as diverse as a molecular manufacturer (Zymergen) and a robotic pizza delivery business (Zume Pizza). It was a year of highs as its Flipkart transaction produced billions in returns, as well as a year of incredible lows, what with the crisis over Saud...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, TC, Uber, Asia, Japan, London, Hardware, Saudi Arabia, Finance, Government, Kingdom, Softbank, Tech, Walmart, Bloomberg


American Reserve Munitions Launches Predator Projectile Landing Page

If you are serious about your long-range shooting abilities, then Predator ammo should be at the top of your priority list. Check it out at www.predatorammo.com and secure your discount today. www.predatorammo.com Las Vegas, Nev. / Horseshoe Bend, Idaho (Ammoland.com) –American Reserve Munitions, producers of quality ammunition for quality shooters, has launched a new Predator ammunition landing page, complete with a video history of the development of the projectile from Stephen Damron, U.S....
Tags: Guns, ARM, Las Vegas Nevada, Creedmoor, Ammunition News, 6.5 Creedmoor, U S Army Veteran, Horseshoe Bend Idaho, American Reserve Munitions, Las Vegas Nev Horseshoe Bend Idaho Ammoland, Stephen Damron, Dynamic Research LLC, Vaugh Wilkes, Predator ammunition


The Snapdragon 8cx Is Qualcomm's First Purpose-Built Chip for Laptops

Thanks to the Windows on Snapdragon initiative, Qualcomm has been dabbling in the laptop processor business for about a year now. And while systems like the Asus Nova Go and Samsung Galaxy Book 2 have their share of flaws, those laptops demonstrated the potential benefits of ARM-based chips through things like…Read more...
Tags: Science, Samsung, Laptops, Qualcomm, ARM, Consumer Tech, Windows On Snapdragon, Qualcomm Going Harder After Pc Market, Snapdragon 8cx


AWS launches Arm-based servers for EC2

At its re:Invent conference in Las Vegas, AWS today announced the launch of Arm-based servers for its EC2 cloud computing service. These aren’t run-of-the-mill Arm chips, though. AWS took the standard Arm cores and then customized them to fit its needs.The company says that its so-called AWS Graviton Processors have been optimized for performance and cost, with a focus on scale-out workloads that can be spread across a number of smaller instances (think containerized microservices, web servers, ...
Tags: Travel, Amazon, TC, Cloud, Europe, Developer, Cloud Computing, Aws, Linux, Las Vegas, Amd, Ubuntu, ARM, Operating System, Amazon Web Services, Operating Systems


Cool Stuff: ‘Terminator 2’ T-800 Endoskeleton Arm and CPU Prop Replicas Must Be Destroyed

Even though the end of the world was directly linked to the T-800 endoskeleton arm and CPU in the hands of Cyberdyne Systems, the folks at Sideshow Collectibles and Blitzway have teamed up to offer these two items as prop replicas from Terminator 2: Judgment Day. Check out the Terminator 2 arm prop and CPU chip display below. Terminator 2 Arm Prop and CPU Chip This is one of the most impressive prop replica items we’ve seen offered. First of all, these two items come together as a set, wh...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Sideshow Collectibles, Sequels, ARM, Collectibles, Cool Stuff, Cyberdyne Systems, Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Terminator 2, Blitzway, Brain Chip, Arm Prop, John Connor Sideshow, Skynet Blitzway, Endoskeleton Brain Chip


Apple’s 2020 MacBooks could ditch Intel processors, arrive with ‘ARM Inside’

If you're buying a MacBook in 2020, be on the lookout for a new "ARM Inside" banner. Apple is reportedly working on transitioning away from Intel processors for its MacOS lineup in favor of new custom A-series ARM-based silicon. The post Apple’s 2020 MacBooks could ditch Intel processors, arrive with ‘ARM Inside’ appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Business, News, Trends, Intel, Macbook, Computing, ARM


Arm launches Neoverse, its IP portfolio for internet infrastructure hardware

Arm-based chips are ubiquitous today, but the company isn’t resting on its laurels. After announcing its ambitions for powering more high-end devices like laptops a few months ago, the company today discussed its roadmap for chips that are dedicated to internet infrastructure and that will power everything from high-performance servers to edge computing platforms, storage systems, gateways, 5G base stations and routers. The new brand name for these products is ‘Neoverse’ and the first products b...
Tags: TC, Microsoft, Samsung, Tech, Gm, Docker, ARM, Neoverse, Drew Henry Arms SVP


Arm Cortex-A76AE 7nm ‘autonomous-class’ car processor announced; Safety Ready Program initiative unveiled

Arm today has announced Safety Ready Program that is aimed to develop solutions for self-driving cars and has also launched the Cortex-A76AE; its first processor IP designed specifically for autonomous vehicles. The  Cortex-A76AE processor comes integrated with redundancy and can compute complex relies on up to 16 Cortex-A76 cores.  The Cortex-A76AE can scale to up to 64 cores and has the ability to deliver the aforementioned performance, at high safety integrity. It achieves this through a s...
Tags: News, Blogging, ARM, Ecc, Cortex A76, ARM Cortex-A76AE, Safety Ready Program, Dual Core Lock Step DCLS


PE-backed OSG buys AppRev

OSG Billing Services, a portfolio company of Aquiline Capital, has acquired Temple, Texas-based Applied Revenue Analytics, a provider of healthcare IT and business intelligence solutions for hospitals and health systems. No financial terms were disclosed. Greenberg Advisors provided financial advice to AppRev on the deal. PRESS RELEASE Rockville, MD – September 26, 2018 – Greenberg Advisors (GA), the leading M&A advisor to owners and investors in Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) and Healthcare IT ...
Tags: Trends, Healthcare, M&a, BI, ARM, Ga, Rockville, PE, RCM, OSG, BPO, HCIT, Temple Texas, OSG Billing Services, Aquiline Capital, Applied Revenue Analytics


Evolution of the iMac

Predicting a shift to ARM processors, designer Lorenzo Mariotti imagines a new breed of iMac that’s faster, quieter, slimmer and more efficient than its predecessors. Aside from an all-new processor architecture based on 32-bit reduced instruction, the new look features thin display bezels, the introduction of FaceID, an ultrathin chassis, and AirPower integrated into the base. The AirPower integration is an interesting addition that would allow users to charge new Magic Mice, Trackpads and Keyb...
Tags: Apple, Design, Technology, Computer, ARM, iMac, Product Design, Lorenzo Mariotti, Magic Mice Trackpads


SoftBank Taps Affectiva to Boost Pepper Robot’s Emotional IQ

Teaching robots to recognize human emotions and react appropriately is one of the grandest ambitions in robotics. Companies have made progress on this front in recent years, thanks in part to advances in machine learning, computer vision, speech recognition, and related technologies. But there is a long way to go.Now, one of the big players in the field, SoftBank Robotics, is turning to a Boston startup to boost the “emotional intelligence” of its humanoid robot, Pepper. SoftBank Robotics said ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Startups, Boston, Softbank, Trends, Tech, Software, Pepper, ARM, Horizon Ventures, Boston Dynamics, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Jibo, Alphabet


ARM unveils CPU roadmap for 2019 – Deimos and Hercules Cores with 7nm and 5nm nodes incoming

ARM today is giving a  rare peek at the performance expectations for its future processor. The company, in fact, says that the recently launched Cortex-A76 CPU which is capable of delivering an unprecedented 35% gain in performance compared to the previous generation. It is also saying that the foundational CPU IP for the first 7nm SoCs expected to be in production later this year. The ARM A76 will be based on both 10nm and 7nm nodes and its successor, code named 'Deimos', will be made on the 7...
Tags: News, Blogging, ARM, Intel Core


Arm’s CPU road map targets Intel with designs promising laptop-class performance

Arm publicly revealed its CPU road map for the first time, covering designs to be released through 2020. Typically disclosed under an NDA, Arm disclosed its plans to show how its CPU designs will advance the always-on laptop. The post Arm’s CPU road map targets Intel with designs promising laptop-class performance appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Mobile, News, Trends, Intel, Computing, Laptops, ARM, Always Connected, Cortex-A76, NDA Arm


Arm’s future CPU designs may finally catch up with Intel in laptops by 2020

Arm publicly revealed its CPU road map for the first time, covering designs to be released through 2020. Typically disclosed under an NDA, Arm revealed its plans to show how its CPU designs will advance the always-on laptop. The post Arm’s future CPU designs may finally catch up with Intel in laptops by 2020 appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Trends, Intel, Computing, Laptops, ARM, NDA, Always Connected, Cortex-A76