Category Archives: ARM

On MLK Day, All Men are Created Equal, But Clearly Not All Cores

If anyone missed it – Intel released some pretty big news at CES about our “Medfield” (Intel Atom Z2460) processor going into Cell Phones. However, Anand Shimpi from AnandTech.com has released some even MORE interesting information which, when taken together may bust some age-old paradigms around the whole ARM vs Intel debate. Are you ready for a shock? Read more >

Understanding x86 vs ARM Memory Alignment on Android

With Google’s recent release of the NDK (r6), it is now possible build Android application for x86 processors in addition to ARM. In general, this only involves rebuilding native code to port applications from ARM to x86. However, there are a few pitfalls to avoid. One difference between x86 and ARM is the memory alignment [...] Read more >

Understanding x86 vs ARM Memory Alignment on Android

With Google’s recent release of the NDK (r6), it is now possible build Android application for x86 processors in addition to ARM. In general, this only involves rebuilding native code to port applications from ARM to x86. However, there are a few pitfalls to avoid. One difference between x86 and ARM is the memory alignment [...] Read more >