Will the White House act like the adult when it comes to patent squabbles, and uphold the trade principles it professes to hold dear?
With Asus being the latest company to jump ship, and just one OEM left, it certainly seems like Windows RT is all but finished.
According to Nvidia’s CEO, the Surface RT 2 will remain powered by the Tegra (presumably Tegra 4) SoC. Is that really a wise move?
Intel has broken ground on its first dedicated facility for 450mm wafer production. We look at why the company is making the switch.
Qualcomm doesn’t put much stock in octa-core, it would seem. In fact a senior VP has called upcoming 8-core chips “dumb.”
MediaTek’s first implementation of ARM’s big.LITTLE MP could lead to a penta-core SoC with two Cortex-A15s and three Cortex-A7 cores.
AMD has managed to navigate a tricky 2013 thus far, and the Xbox One and PS4 should anchor the back half of the year.
After years of being in the shadows, Atom is being pushed to the fore as a top flight processor, and a major part of Intel’s strategy.
Going by “inventory adjustments” for the Surface RT, there could be as many as six million of the tablets unsold.
We look at how Microsoft could potentially kill the Desktop off entirely on ARM and also x86. The clues have been there from the start.