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MediaTek and ARM have signed a deal allowing the Taiwanese chip maker to use ARM’s Cortex A50 processors and ARM Mali Graphics chips.

  Fast and price-competitive Chinese dual-core tablets using top-class chipsets are becoming a reality.  Hot on the heels of Fuzhou Rockchip’s multi-core RK3066 models, relative …

Shenzhen ARM powered iPad clone available next week running custom Android O.S! It all looks extremely iPad like and in a good way!

The latest and best (in our opinion) iPad clone uses an ARM9 based processor and runs Google’s Android O.S PLUS has all the plugs and ports we wish the real iPad had!

Generally when looking at tablet or ultra-portable netbook/laptop specifications we see names such as Samsung, Intel, Nvidia, Apple and Qualcomm attached to the names of …

Intel are planning on stealing ARM CPU market share in the tablet sector by offering payments to manufacturers of Android tablets which make use of …

Rockchip, one of the largest makers of ARM based chips for Android tablets and phones, have been showing off video calling on Android tablets through …

It took the Shenzhen factories a while to get on to the 10” tablet bandwagon (probably due to screen shortages due to the original iPad) …

Although Intel are one of the biggest makers of CPU’s for netbooks, laptop and PC’s the U.S chip maker had found it increasingly difficult to …

With news of big companies like Motorola, LG and HTC making a splash in the Android tablet market place, it’s been easy to get a …

Android 3.0 Honeycomb has been shown off on the Motorola Xoom, but many developers and factories are still unsure of what the hardware requirements for …

Archos have been in the Android Tablet game for a while now, and they make some extremely competitive machines. Here’s the low down on the …

The Flytouch is no stranger to Gizchina. We reported on the plucky 7 inch Android tablet last month with a showdown between it and current …

With China Unicom getting the iPhone 3Gs, iPhone 4 and presumably the 3G iPad soon (after reading this it makes sense) its likely China Mobile …

Shenzhen is the birth place of many a unique gadget. This time we have ourselves a super cheap $100 ARM powered notebook. This little system …