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Introducing PowerVR Series9XEP, Series9XMP, and Series9XTP

As Benjamin Franklin once said, only three things in life are certain: death, taxes and the.

Partner interview series: OPPO – rising up

In the first of a new ‘quick chat’ interview series, we speak to some of our leading partners to learn about their perspective on the industry and how.

Introducing PVRIC4 – taking image compression to the next level

Data compression is a fundamental technology tool. It enables us to make efficient use of limited resources and without it, many things that we take for.

Imagination Technologies: the ray tracing pioneers

After a period out of the spotlight, ray tracing technology has recently come back into focus, taking up a lot of column inches in the tech press. The.

Amazon Lights up its Fire TV Stick 4K with PowerVR

Amazon, the internet shopping giant, announced earlier this week the latest version of its media streaming device, the Fire TV Stick 4K. First released in.

Stuck on OpenGL ES? Time to move on! Why Vulkan is the future of graphics

Once, when you were looking to develop a mobile application with complex graphics, in most cases you immediately thought of OpenGL ES. In this blog post.

PowerVR in silicon: Vivo Y83 smartphone review

If you were watching the World Cup earlier this year and for some reason weren’t gripped by what you were seeing you may have noticed the brand ‘Vivo’ on.

Where Imagination fits into the automotive supply chain

The car industry has been with us for over 100 years and it all started with the introduction of the combustion-engine powered car that Karl Friedrich.

Keeping an eye on AI: smart cameras and intelligence at the edge

Recently, we ran a webinar entitled, “Enabling efficient implementation of neural networks in smart cameras”. If you missed it, it’s worth checking out,.

Reducing memory bandwidth with PVRIC

Thanks to increases in screen resolutions and ever more complex render pipelines, games and other apps are becoming more and more bandwidth intensive,.