Tag: Flow


It’s a trend happening everywhere today: devices are going wireless and connecting to the Internet.  And not just the ubiquitous smartphones, tablets and the smart TV either; add to this a growing list of consumer electronics products: refrigerators, ovens, games consoles, central heating systems, weather stations, radios and home stereo systems. Indeed the simple home stereo is struggling in the … Continued

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For the past months, we’ve been working with our friends at Vanilla Forums to redesign our Imagination Insider developer forums for our PowerVR and Meta technologies. We’re all incredibly excited to pull the cover off the latest look of Imagination’s brand new micro-site dedicated to supporting an ecosystem currently counting over 35,000 members. Our amazing Developer Technology and Web Services … Continued

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In today’s increasingly competitive landscape, edging out other solutions both in benchmarks and in actual real life usage scenarios becomes a matter of efficiently combining the resources at hand to achieve the much-sought higher performance rather than relying on just one factor or performance metric. Therefore, after returning from a successful 2012 Linley Tech 6th Annual Processor Conference, we’ve decided … Continued

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You may have noticed us talking more about “Flow Technology” over on www.imgtec.com over the past year – but what is it? Flow is an end to end infrastructure for connecting devices to cloud-based services: the idea is that while providing on-chip Wi-Fi (and ultimately other connectivity standards) enables a device to connect to the cloud – what do you … Continued

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Imagination and PURE Director of PR David Harold was boo’d at the launch of PURE’s new FlowSongs service. Audioboo’d that is. Check out the interview here. At the same time Imagination announced that it would be making the underlying technologies behind FlowSongs, and other innovative connected services, available for licensing. Check out that announcement too. We welcome comments below.

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