The One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) organization is currently prepping its next-gen XO-3 tablet, which could feature solar charging, satellite Internet and external keyboard capabilities.
A prominent industry analyst has confirmed that ARM's RISC-based chips remain on track to claim a sizable chunk of the lucrative notebook PC market by 2015.
A high-ranking Microsoft exec says Windows Phone 7 is a handset-specific operating system and was not designed to power tablets.
Several strings referencing Microsoft’s Xbox 360 console have been spotted inside the Windows 8 kernel.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer will return to the stage as the headline speaker at next year's Consumer Electronics Show.
A "leaked" Qualcomm roadmap indicates the company is preparing to shift its mobile chip efforts into overdrive.
Nokia may have launched its first and last Meego-powered smartphone, but Intel remains determined to press ahead with the development of its versatile Linux-based operating system.
Microsoft's RISC-friendly version (or versions) of Windows 8 may have shattered the traditional WinTel paradigm, but Intel is preparing to meet its ARM rival in battle nonetheless.
A number of industry heavyweights - including Samsung, Toshiba, Acer and Asus - are reportedly prepping ARM-powered notebooks for the mainstream PC market.
A leaked version of Windows 8 (build 7989) seems to indicate that Remdond is finally getting serious about coding a halfway decent operating system.
There are new details about exactly when Windows 8 will be hitting store shelves.
Many journalists and analysts have questioned if there is a viable tablet market aside from Apple's wildly popular iPad.
Microsoft is reportedly mulling over the possibility of launching its very own Windows 8 tablet.
Can power-conscious ARM chips paired with a RISC-friendly version (or versions) of Windows 8 capture 40% of the lucrative notebook market by 2015?
An industry insider claims the nascent MeeGo operating system will be dead within 8 months.
Qualcomm has confirmed that its upcoming lineup of Snapdragon processors are "designed" to power mobile devices running Windows 8.
Microsoft is letting the world see the beginning of what Windows 8 will bring to the table.
Microsoft may be ready to lift the curtain on Windows 8 as a tablet platform by the end of this month.
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Microsoft has criticized Intel for leaking "misleading" information about the next version of Redmond's flagship operating system.