Hardware makers looking to build tablets that use the new Microsoft Windows RT are supposedly running into difficulties getting the new OS to work with ARM chips.
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The part that turns a device from laptop to tablet (and back) is seeing a spike in demand thanks to the launch of Windows 8.
The company says it's been working hard on improving overall performance with its new OS, and a new developer blog post describes in great detail how Microsoft's done it.
Forget bloatware. Desktop and laptop manufacturers could have a new way to eke out some more money from consumers when Windows 8 is officially released.
Apple has quietly launched the new Configurator tool to further iPad deployment among large organizations.
The company goes premium with its latest PCs; each of which will cost more than $1,000.
Select Microsoft Surface Pro 3 tablets will also be on sale, along with discounts on more Windows notebooks and desktops.
The base price is higher than the 99 cents iOS and Android store customers are used to, but seven-day trial periods will be an option for paid apps.
Samsung released a new lineup of Windows 8 PCs and devices but they won't include the rumored Start Menu replacement utility.
All iPads will also be on sale for up to $50 off at the regional electronics chain.