Microsoft is rolling out a test version of its Office desktop apps for Windows 10 and 11 that includes a UI refresh. It also is releasing a test version of 64-bit Office recompiled for Arm 64.
I plan to invest in Apple Silicon Macs and cloud services, where my Microsoft desktop and other workloads will eventually live.
Although Nvidia might appear indifferent to the fate of its competitors, it does have their interests at heart on several fronts.
Microsoft's decision to dial up the version number has little to do with Windows and everything to do with the pandemic. Can you live with that? Can I live with that? Can businesses and enterprises live with that? Sure we can.
Arm CEO Simon Segars said NVIDIA’s support would allow them to meet increased market demand.
If you have $90,000 burning a hole in your IT budget, Nvidia and NetApp would like to interest you in a subscription to a DGX SuperPod.
Arm's latest IP launch offers the scale and performance for a range of devices, from the very lowest-power wearables all the way up to the highest-performance laptops.
Snapdragon 7c will power Windows 10 and Chromebooks and bring smartphone-like features to the larger screens.
The 5nm process Ampere chips will debut in 2022 with a follow up in 2023.
After introducing the N2 and V1 platforms back in September, Arm has a growing list of partners bringing specialized processing to cloud, HPC and elsewhere.
In his GTC keynote, CEO Jensen Huang previewed what's to come from Nvidia's growing data center business, as well as its new Arm partnerships
The ninth generation of the Arm processor architecture, its engineers say, could sustain distributed computing for the rest of this decade. Could the rise of Arm signal the end of central processing units as we know them?
Apple's premium tablet is costlier, heavier and delivers less battery life than a similarly configured M1 MacBook Air. It's loaded with features most people never use. Who and what is the iPad Pro for? Apple needs to define what a "Pro" iPad is. Here's why.
With the runaway success of the new ARM-based M1 Macs, non-x86 architectures are getting their closeup. RISC-V is getting the most attention from system designers looking to horn-in on Apple's recipe for high performance. Here's why.
IDC has been surveying mobile developers for the past two years. In mid-May, it polled more than 3,500 developers in a survey sponsored by platform vendor and SAP partner, Appcelerator, to gauge their feelings about Apple versus Google in the enterprise, their interest in Windows 8/Microsoft Surface, what their pain points are, and more. Here is what they said, with my commentary.