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CreditCall Launches Chip and PIN Mobile Payment Solution

CreditCall has launched CardEase Mobile, its Chip and PIN card payment acceptance solution for smartphones and Tablets, which works with all major UK credit and debit cards. The solution – which CreditCall says is the first mobile payment solution in

Chip Supploers Gearing Up For Next-Generation iPhone Silicon – Early October Release Probable

Digitimes’ Cage Chao and Steve Shen reported Friday that chipmakers including Qualcomm, Broadcom, STMicroelectronics, NXP, Texas Instruments (TI) and OmniVision have have according to industry sources commenced building up stocks of their silicon components to be used in Apple’s next-generation

Is The “New” iPad 2 Chip A Trial Balloon For The iPhone 5 CPU?

Following its practice with the iPhone, Apple opted to carry over its previous iPad 2 model at a reduced price as a category entry-level offering selling alongside the New iPad with Retina display. However, the “new” iPad 2, which is

Qualcomm Chip Shortage May Suggest June iPhone 5 Release, Not October

Qualcomm’s admission of a production shortfall in their 28-nanometer chips has led analysts and tech pundits to assume that the iPhone 5′s release date will be delayed because of it. Read how Qualcomm’s supply issues may have been caused by

Samsung Back To Manufacturing A6 Chip For 2012 iPhone 5?

While iPhone and Android users are still debating the speed and performance of the A5-powered iPhone 4S, a new rumor suggests that the next-in-line A6 chip for the 2012 iPhone 5 might end up to be manufactured by Samsung after

Like the A5 Chip? New Report Suggests An A6 Chip For iPhone 6 in 2012

iPad 2 users are raving about the speed and agility of the A5 chip, and iPhone users are excited about the prospects of an A5-equipped iPhone 5. But new rumors suggest that a bigger, better A6 chip is coming to

Testing Begins for iPhone 6′s A6 Chip

A faster, more powerful A6 chip will give the iPhone 6 the ability to run exciting new features, like 4G and 3D displays, all while producing less heat than the current A5 chip. Just as Apple’s A5 chip has come