Report: Apple May Stop Using Intel Chips in Macs
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published November 06, 2012
The chips Apple uses in iPads and iPhones could be powerful enough to run a desktop or laptop.
Tags: iPhone, iPad, Apple, Intel, Mac, processor, ARM, OS X, IOS, chip
AMD + ARM: Creating the Next Generation of Cloud Servers
By Rob Enderle | Article Published November 01, 2012
AMD's decision to launch servers that utilize ARM technology could radically change the industry landscape.
Tags: cloud computing, Microsoft, mobile, Intel, processors, servers, AMD, ARM, GPU
AMD to Put ARM Chips in Servers by 2014
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published October 30, 2012
The ARM-based chips consume much less power than x86 chips.
Tags: server, chips, processors, AMD, ARM
Lenovo Says RT Tablets up to $300 Cheaper Than Win 8
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published August 17, 2012
Windows 8 tablets will be for corporations; Windows RT tablets will be priced for consumers.
Tags: Microsoft, Intel, Windows 8, AMD, ARM, Lenovo, tablets, Windows RT
AMD Adds ARM Processor as It Looks Beyond x86
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published June 13, 2012
The Intel competitor says it is interested in TrustZone security technology.
Tags: security, PC, smartphone, tablet, x86, AMD, processor, ARM
Mozilla: Windows 8 a 'Return to the Digital Dark Ages'
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published May 10, 2012
Windows RT won't support browsers other than Internet Explorer.
Tags: Firefox, Microsoft, browser, Internet Explorer, Windows 8, ARM, Mozilla
Windows 8 Coming In 4 Editions
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published April 17, 2012
Microsoft will issue three versions of the new operating system for traditional desktops and one for ARM-based tablets.
Tags: operating system, Microsoft, Windows 8, ARM
Windows 8 Preview: Pundits Predict
By Kavitha Nair | Article Published February 13, 2012
An array of industry experts analyze Windows 8's chances in the marketplace.
Tags: Microsoft, Windows 8, ARM
Sources: Windows 8 Stable on ARM, Going to Developers Soon
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published February 01, 2012
Windows 8 ARM devices will likely be less expensive than Intel devices, but they won't be able to run legacy apps.
Tags: Windows 8, ARM
HP Pushes ARM for Project Moonshot Data Center Effort
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published November 01, 2011
HP is rethinking the way that data centers servers should be made with new Project Moonshot effort to reduce energy and improve efficiency.
Tags: HP, ARM, Data Center Management Software
ARM's 64-Bit Ambitions Spell More Trouble for Intel and AMD
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published October 28, 2011
The company's new ARMv8 architecture could give it a foothold in the enterprise market.
Microsoft Confirms x86 Apps Won't Run on ARM Windows 8
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published September 15, 2011
Microsoft officials clarified Wednesday that when they say existing Windows apps will be compatible with Windows 8, they mean on x86 chip architectures.
Tags: Intel, Windows 7, Windows 8, x86, ARM
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published August 19, 2011
Linus Torvalds details his issues with ARM as Ubuntu embraces it for release 11.10.
Tags: Linux, Ubuntu, ARM, Linus Torvalds
Microsoft Previews Windows 8 at All Things D
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published June 02, 2011
The software giant gives its first demo of the new user interface coming with Windows 8, purportedly set to arrive next year.
Tags: Windows, Microsoft, Windows 8, x86, ARM
Are Multiple ARM Versions of Windows 8 Coming?
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published May 18, 2011
At an Intel affair, one of the chip manufacturer's execs let slip that Microsoft is planning more than one version of Windows 8 for ARM processors.
Tags: Microsoft, Intel, Windows 7, Windows 8, ARM