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  1. Nvidia’s $40 billion Arm acquisition is about bringing AI down from the cloud A big deal that could be a big deal Photo by Anton Novoderezhkin\TASS via Getty Images Nvidia’s $40 billion acquisition of Arm is a hugely significant deal for the tech world, with implications that will take years to unravel spanning many areas of the sector. But if you listened to the press babble coming from the two companies over the last 24 hours, you’d think there was only one factor driving the purchase: artificial intelligence.
  2. Nvidia will keep ARM licensing “neutral,” wants to license GPU tech, too But can Nvidia play nice with Apple, Linux, and other ARM partners? Enlarge Nvidia 59 with 35 posters participating Nvidia has officially announced that it is buying ARM from SoftBank for $40 billion. The deal is one of the biggest tech acquisitions of all time and will see Nvidia control the world's most popular CPU architecture. Nvidia's press release oddly paints the deal as primarily about "AI," saying the deal "b
  3. Nvidia is reportedly in ‘advanced talks’ to buy ARM for more than $32 billion ARM could be getting a new owner SoftBank has been rumored to be exploring a sale of ARM — the British chip designer that powers nearly every major mobile processor from companies like Qualcomm, Apple, Samsung, and Huawei — and now, it might have found a buyer. Nvidia is reportedly in “advanced talks” to buy ARM in a deal worth over $32 billion, according to Bloomberg. Nvidia is said to be the only company that’s involved in concrete di
  4. Report: ARM is for sale and Nvidia’s interested, Apple isn’t Who will buy one of the world’s most widespread chip designers? Enlarge Arm 95 with 73 posters participating Hey, you! Do you want to control the future of basically every mobile device on Earth, and even some laptops and desktops? Have I got a deal for you! ARM Limited is for sale, the company in charge of the ubiquitous ARM CPU architecture that powers the majority of devices that run on a battery. It will only cost a few tens of billions of dollars.
  5. Several U.S. companies temporarily cut their ties with Huawei earlier this year after the Department of Commerce added the Chinese tech giant to its 'Entity List'. Among the companies that suspended business with Huawei were Google and Qualcomm. Shortly thereafter, British semiconductor firm ARM followed suit. Today, ARM announced that it has decided to keep supplying Huawei with its chip designs after its legal team concluded that its v8 and v9 architectures are of non-U.S. origin. That means supplying these technologies to the Chinese firm won't violate existing U.S. restrictions
  6. If you've been considering getting one of the new Always Connected PCs, but you're uncertain about having to pay for a data plan every month, Sprint has some good news for you. The carrier is now offering free unlimited data for any Windows 10 on ARM device, including the ASUS NovaGo, the HP Envy x2, and the Lenovo Miix 630. To be clear, Sprint, Microsoft, ASUS, HP, and Lenovo have not actually made an announcement about this just yet, and there are few details on the page posted on Sprint's website. It does list the devices as BYOD, meaning that Sprint won't actually be selling them, but
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