Can Intel unseat ARM in the low-power smartphone chip market? Sings point to a rough road ahead.
Also, PowerSecure rings up $10 million in smart grid and LED lighting gear orders; an interview with Dean Klein, vice president of memory system development at Micron Technology; and it looks like AT&T is getting serious about getting its M2M on. Enjoy today’s Green IT links!
Intel Faces an Uphill Battle to Get Its Chips onto Smartphones – Mashable
Intel poses little risk to ARM at the moment, but expect that to change as smartphones and tablets define our relationship with computing devices.
PowerSecure Announces $10M in Orders for Smart Grid, LEDs – Reuters | Matter Networks
Smart grid solutions account for 70 percent of that figure, FYI.
Interview: Trends in storage technology, with Micron Technology VP – Electronics Weekly
SSD market insights.
AT&T Partners for M2M – Connected World Magazine
Smart Meters: Cheap in the South, but Coasts Will Cost – GigaOM | Earth2Tech
OCZ announces successful transition to 25nm SSDs, consumers disagree – Hexus.net
Hitachi Wins Ethical Certification – Environmental Leader
Rooftop Pipe-Dream – Slate
Small wind: Not all that it’s cracked up to be?
Hardening the smart grid no small task – CNET
Ask Ars: What are those symbols on the back of the iPhone? – Ars Technica
WEEE! Exciting stuff to be found when you explore the hieroglyphs on the back of the iPhone.
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