Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the mysterious BlackBerry Q10 which now seems to approach T-Mobile in the US. Then we talk about Nokia and their new app selections for Windows Phone 8. Later it’s some Samsung tablet talk as the ATIV Tab has sadly failed to leave a dent in the European market. We then spend some time talking about the Wireless Independence Act and how it may legalize smartphone unlocks very soon. We end today’s show talking about Apple’s probable move into Intel chips for mobile.
All this and more after the [...]
Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we go through Samsung’s announcement that they’ll be deploying Android 4.1 Jelly Bean to the Galaxy S III starting today with Poland. We later talk about Apple’s recent move to fix maps on iOS 6 by hiring ex-Google Maps employees. Then we go through Intel’s recent silent announcement that they’ll be expanding to both dual-core and quad-core processors for smartphones in the next coming months. The iPhone 5 again makes the news because it just sold 5 million units on opening weekend, but we end today’s show by [...]
Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the joint Motorola-Intel event that just happened in London, and where their new RAZR i smartphone was announced, powered by Intel’s new Medfield processor. We then talk about LG’s Korean announcement of the Optimus G, which we’ll see in the US starting tomorrow. Then we go through our recent coverage of Amazon’s Kindler Fire 7 HD, which is quickly knocking on a door near you. HTC also made some headlines with some press renders of their One X 5 coming to Verizon. We then end the sow talking about [...]
Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the iPhone 5, all the details of the event, and what you can expect out of Apple’s new Smartphone. We then go through the new iPod line-up, which includes an new iPod Touch that brings forth the design that we were all expecting for the iPhone 5. Later we talk about Motorola’s event teaser that mentions edge-to-edge and Intel, and just sounds like the Motorola Droid RAZR M variant that we leaked in February running an Intel processor. Then we go through Microsoft’s announcement of the Windows Phone 8 store, and we [...]
In our last few episodes of the Android Guy Weekly we’ve talked a lot about processors and SoCs. We’ve talked about ARM-based CPUs primarily, and one of our readers, Prateek, wants to know: where is Intel in all of this?
ARM is a Reduced Instruction Set Computing (RISC) architecture. Intel is a Complex Instruction Set Computer (CISC) architecture. Android, as we know it, runs on RISC hardware. RISC is generally considered faster and uses less power than CISC. The reasons for this are varied, but one of the factors is that reducing the instruction set offloads the [...]