Intel and partners are going to be bringing us PCs that run both Android and Windows 8.1. Meanwhile, AMD and its partner BlueStacks will enable users to run Android and its apps on Windows.
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Service Pack 3 is available for Suse Linux Enterprise Server - introducing support for new Intel, AMD and IBM hardware and increasing its virtualisation features.
AMD announces plans to offer support for Google's Android and Chrome OS. Could this pave the way for low-cost, low-power, Android-powered PCs hitting the shelves, putting further pressure on the struggling Windows 8 operating system?
The feature promises faster processor speeds when a hybrid device is used with its keyboard, while improving battery life for tablet use.
The 11.6-inch slate sports a 1080p display and packs a dual-core AMD Z60 chip, but the company has revealed no pricing or availability info.
After a slow start to its latest tablet initiative, the chip company claims up to 10 design wins for its Z-60 processor.
If you need to setup an agile development environment, to build a SharePoint Farm or to test your software on Windows 8/Windows Server 2012 in a hurry, IBM and CloudShare have the answer.
Windows 8 gives the x86 competition a fresh shot at the mobile market. With that mind, AMD announced a new Z-Series processor for Windows 8 tablets and hybrids. It will compete with Intel's recently-announced Atom Z2760 along with ARM-based tablets running Windows RT.
AMD has promised its new chip offering will provide consumers with high-definition media performance, enhanced gaming and accelerated app use in time for the upcoming Windows 8 tablet.
Intel targets Gen Y and the enterprise, AMD and BlueStack team up for Android apps for Windows desktops, and Google Apps dump support for old Windows Office formats.
AMD and Bluestacks have announced a partnership to bring Android apps to Windows 7 and 8 PCs and tablets.
Good morning! Overnight we got the latest news on Windows 8, the on-going Apple vs. Samsung saga and IBM's results.
Video drivers from AMD fail to support ASLR in the "Always on" mode in Microsoft's EMET utility, which is used by businesses to make the operating system more resilient to hacker attacks.
These drivers feature support for the Radeon and FirePro line of graphics chips, as well as support for the A-, C- and E-series APU CPU/GPU packages.
Microsoft still isn't talking about Windows 8 on Intel/AMD system-on-a-chip devices. But Intel has started to open up.
The hardware Microsoft has shipped to developers for the next Xbox supposedly includes a 16-core IBM PowerPC CPU and AMD Radeon HD 7000-series graphics.
Before Windows 3.0, Microsoft worked with IBM on another, now largely forgotten, operating system: OS/2.
People can quickly load a secure cloud-based Windows or Linux operating system onto client computers via a USB device, thanks to prototype technology developed by IBM
AMD missed the boat on smartphone processors, and like rival Intel, has fallen behind in the tablet chip wars. But with Windows 8 right around the corner, the company hopes to cash in with a new part that can power slates running the new OS.
AMD's new Opterons, which have up to 16 cores, hit the market with good support from HP, Cray, AMAX, IBM and Dell. Is that enough to give AMD more than 5 percent of the x86 server market?
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