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AMD has big plans for ARM in microservers, embedded and low-power clients. But where does that leave the mainstream PC and server markets?
CompuLab's soon-to-be-released inexpensive ARM-powered Utlite PC can run Android or Ubuntu.
Microsoft has slashed Surface RT prices by $150 in its latest move to clear the channel of its first-generation ARM-based tablet/PC hybrids.
Could $200 ultrathin, touch-screen PC be the shot in the arm that the PC industry needs to climb out of the tailspin it has found itself in?
As the PC industry stagnates, is embracing ARM the way for Intel to gain traction in the post-PC world?
From the developer: ""A Desk calculator with simulated paper tape that can be saved, edited, re-run without reentering all data again....
Throw away the kickstand, keyboard and trackpad, and Microsoft's Surface is like every other ARM tablet or Intel Ultrabook-class PC we've seen. When I do my end-of-year "tech flops" round-up, I fully expect Surface tablets to make the list.
ARM dominates the smartphone and tablet world, but it isn't the first name that comes to mind when you think of Computex.
HP, less than a year since its scrapped and reinstated its PC making unit, is poised announce a combined venture between its PC making arm, and its printing and imaging unit.
The transition from traditional Windows desktops to the Post-PC world, the ARM architecture and the Metro user interface is inevitable. But it won't a be quick one.
ARM Holdings, owns the mobile market when it comes to licensing chip architecture, but by 2015 the company expects to have a foothold in the PC and server market.
Microsoft and ARM announced on July 23 that the two have signed a new licensing agreement for the ARM architecture, extending the relationship between the two companies. The pair aren't sharing any details, but I can't but wonder if this could signal Microsoftand its PC partners delivering Windows and/or Windows Phone OS available on ARM-based slates and tablets.
Mobile computing ODM manager Roy Chen said at a press event that new tablets will be arriving around the middle of the year
The launch of Apple's iPad next month will pave the way for the arrival of more than 50 tablet PC devices this year, an ARM executive said on Wednesday.
Asus has prototype Android and Chrome OS smartbooks in its labs and is currently deciding whether to release an ARM-based device alongside its Intel-based Eee PC netbooks
It sounded like MobileTechRoundup show #193 was going to be focused on Google when we started with our thoughts on the "Google phone" that was the talk of the town last weekend. Kevin is seriously considering a data-only SIM to be used with the N900 and VoIP services so we look forward to hearing more about that. We chatted a bit about my Zune HD Twitter experiences. The ARCHOS 9 Tablet PC arrived, but it was missing the Tablet PC bits as James discussed. We also questioned whether or not ARM was enough for web-focused netbooks.
Buyback of handset arm suggests computer maker harbors global intentions for Lenovo-branded mobiles, but analyst says this puts strain on core PC business.
By end-2011, ARM will become a significant PC processor architecture chipping away at x86's dominance in the industry, says Gartner.
Google officially announced yesterday night that they were developing an operating to run on x86 and ARM processors. The open source project is an extension of Chrome, hence the name Google Chrome Operating System and will initially target netbooks with product delivery set for the second half of next year; PC support for the Chrome OS will come later.
The tech industry is always looking for the next big thing: Bing is gaining on Google, the Palm Pre will dethrone the iPhone, and so on. One of the latest "next big things" is the duo of ARM and Android which, if you buy the hype, will wrest the PC industry from Wintel's grip.
Rumors of netbooks using smartphone components rather than Intel chips and Microsoft Windows are nothing new. But we're finally getting a good idea of just what a PC based on an ARM processor and Linux will look like.