ARM is gunning for x86 dominance, eyeing everything from smartphones to servers.
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Microsoft may not get its first Surface Mini tablet out the door until Spring 2014 -- which is looking like the same time when its Windows variants may get a refresh, sources say.
The possible convergence between Windows RT and the Windows Phone OS may be closer than many thought, based on new hints from Microsoft's Financial Analyst Meeting.
Apple's new processor looks set to give Cupertino many more options than just more memory in a phone.
A crop of 8- and 10-inch Windows 8.1 tablets and PCs are coming this fall, with several priced below $300, according to a new report.
A 64-bit processor for the iPhone 5S and Samsung support of a multi-core processing architecture translates into licensing revenue for ARM Holdings.
Samsung is pushing ARM's big.Little architecture, which utilizes a combination of cores to maximize power savings while boosting mobile computing power.
Microsoft's Surface 2, a minor upgrade to the current Surface RT, could hit the market in time for holiday 2013, according to the latest leaks.
HP's next Moonshot will feature Intel's C2000 family of processors, but systems based on AMD and ARM aren't too far behind.
Microsoft just got another ARM tablet and a new phablet to add to its hardware arsenal. How will these fit with the coming refreshed Microsoft Surface devices?
ARM has signed a definitive agreement for the sale and transfer of Cadence PANTA display controller cores to ARM.
There are at least two new Windows ARM tablets in the pipeline: The Microsoft Surface 2 and Nokia 'Sirius,' according to evolving rumors.
Microsoft is making available firmware and driver updates for its Surface RT and Surface Pro devices as part of its August Patch Tuesday bundle.
A class-action suit over Microsoft's statements regarding Surface RT sales has been filed in Massachusetts.
Is there any chance Microsoft is going to do a 180 and dump its Windows RT operating system? My bet is no, and here's why.
Already close partners, ARM and Oracle deepen the relationship over Java in 32-bit and 64-bit ARM platforms.