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Windows 9 on ARM could kill the desktop, merge Windows Phone and Windows RT

By Brad Chacos, PC World | August 26th, 2014 And that’s a good thing. Surface 2 buyers and other Windows RT tablet owners may be left out of the fun when Microsoft reveals Windows Threshold (a.k.a. Windows 9) at the end of September, as the tipped release is said to be for PCs and tablets …

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Processor delays hurt ARM server adoption, Dell exec says

By Agam Shah, IDG News Service | August 4th, 2014 The low-power advantage in ARM server chips is diminishing, says Dell’s server chief. Expectations for the success of ARM servers are diminishing as processors and product releases get delayed, a top Dell executive said. Dell is offering servers based on ARM processors for testing. But …

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AMD’s new 64-bit ARM board points way to x86 coexistence

By Agam Shah, IDG News Service | July 30th, 2014 AMD’s 64-bit server development board has the company’s first ARM processors. Advanced Micro Devices is moving closer to a motherboard design that will accept both x86 and ARM chips with the shipment of its first 64-bit ARM board. The Opteron A1100-Series developer hardware is an …

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Low-cost Android tablets to get 4K video with Allwinner 64-bit chip

By Agam Shah, IDG News Service | July 23rd, 2014 Starting next year, tablets with Allwinner’s new chip could sell for $250, analyst says/ Low-cost Android tablets with 64-bit processors and 4K video decoding capabilities could be around the corner, thanks to Allwinner’s plan to ship its first 64-bit ARM processor by year end. Allwinner …

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Samsung, Arm and Nest launch Thread Group to tie home IoT devices together

By Stephen Lawson, IDG News Service | July 15th, 2014 Products based on the networking specification are due next year. Google’s Nest subsidiary and heavy hitters including Samsung Electronics and Arm Holdings are launching the latest bid to make sensors, cameras, appliances and other devices in homes easily talk to each other. Machines are already …

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