AMD is trying to regain its mojo in PCs. Last week the company updated its mobile roadmap and provided the first details on two chips slated to ship next year. But the next big bets for AMD won’t arrive until 2016.
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Smartphones, tablets and apps have become a central part of our lifestyle, making us more connected than ever before. Many small business are already reaping major benefits following a move to mobile. Krishan Sharma reports on some success stories and outlines the major considerations for others looking to go mobile.
At the Mobile World Congress, Alcatel-Lucent and China Mobile, which has more than 700 million customers, will demonstrate virtualized LTE service.
Intel has outlined its processor plans for the coming year, but there's a feeling of evolution rather than revolution about the announcement as it attempts to woo the all-important low end.
Country sees traction in companies adopting common mobile services "enablers" co-developed as part of government-led IT roadmap, Intelligent Nation 2015, and plans for further rollouts, says ICT regulator.
Microsoft outlined its mobile BI roadmap, which includes support for Microsoft business intelligence tools on iOS, Android and Windows 8 over the next year-plus.
Slides claiming to be from a leaked AMD roadmap are making the rounds, and, assumuing that they are genuine, they give us an interesting insight into what's coming from AMD over the next few years.
AMD has a lot of mobile goodness in the pipeline.
Workday's co-CEO talks about the company's bet on mobile, the company's roadmap, an IPO and large SaaS deployments.
After software vendor identified mobile products and services and in-memory data analysis software as cornerstones for long-term growth, shareholders now asking for German company's roadmap, Bloomberg reports.
At its annual investor meeting, Intel announced a significant change to its product roadmap designed to boost its efforts to get its chips into ultra-mobile devices of all shapes and sizes.
The Dell Streak 7 and a number of other gadgets slated to launch with T-Mobile should be here soon, according to some leaked slides.
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Here is some of the mobile roadmap information for Sybase and SAP that came out of this week's SAP Influencer Summit.
Clear, detailed roadmap and gradual implementation key for companies looking to move their employees from one mobile platform to another, note industry players.
Microsoft announced Windows Embedded Handheld on June 17, bringing the company's mobile OS count to six (or more) different offerings. How many is too many?
For those attempting to decipher Microsoft's mobile roadmap, there have been codenames galore to decode. Pink. Turtle. Pure. Rouge. Zune Phone. There's one codename that isn't brand new, but is still a key piece of the Microsoft Mobile puzzle: Dorado.
I may have been a bit harsh on Microsoft regarding Windows Mobile 6.5, but the long time frame until release is extremely frustrating for someone like me who enjoys using Windows Mobile devices. While Microsoft stumbles through getting the operating system and services up and running, the manufacturers keep innovating and launching some cool products. We saw the rumored HTC roadmap and as I mentioned in that post the HTC Maple is one of the devices I am personally most excited about seeing released this year.
Motorola, which has just announced results that amount to several large piles of fail, has also managed to let slip the roadmap for Windows Mobile 7.In the 'earnings' call that accompanied the results, Motorola's mobile chieftain Sanjay Jha said this in the Q&A section:We are still committed to Windows Mobile.
It appears that HTC, manufacturers of Windows Mobile and Android handsets alike, has suffered the mother of all leaks - the whole 2009 roadmap, by the looks of things.Aside from being generally fascinating, the new lineup tantalisingly includes the "Sapphire (Vodafone)", which looks to be Voda's first Googlephone.
A slip-up by a Motorola executive this week revealed that Microsoft's next version of Windows Mobile isn't Windows Mobile 7, but is actually Windows Mobile 6.5.
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