The lucrative tablet market is currently dominated by Apple’s ARM-powered iPad. However, the advent of Windows 8 is likely to usher in a new era of x86-based devices.
Apple's iPad continues to dominate the mobile market and is expected to account for 61.4% of worldwide media tablet sales in 2012 - despite the advent of Windows 8 and Amazon’s popular Kindle Fire.
Microsoft's touch language for Windows 8 PCs requires digitizers that support a minimum of 5 fingers.
A new report indicates that Qualcomm has decided to use an Imagination GPU for its quad-core S4 mobile Snapdragon chips.
Sales of Apple's wildly popular iPad are ramping at an accelerated rate of 156% year over year.
The Consumer Preview of Windows 8 launched right on time, so now it's time to nail down the final launch date.
Redmond has revamped it flagship Internet Explorer (IE) 10 browser to match the style and feel of Windows 8 Metro - a slick UI targeted at tablets and other mobile devices.
The mainstream tablet market is currently limited to two primary operating systems: Android and iOS.
Nokia has confirmed that it is working on a Windows 8 tablet, and has provided new details.
Google is toiling away at a Windows 8 Metro-optimized version of its Web browser.
Nokia has had so much success with its Windows Phone push, it's deciding to show Microsoft even more love.
Samsung is apparently quite interested in the next update to Microsoft's mobile phone platform.
The pictures you've been looking at of Windows 8 may end up looking like the picture you're soon to see of the next Xbox.
The final beta of Microsoft's new operating system has been released.
The Mozilla Foundation is coding a specialized version of its flagship Firefox browser for Microsoft Windows 8 Metro.
That classic colored flag of red, green, blue, and yellow is being kicked aside for Windows 8.
Microsoft exec Steven Sinofsky explains what devs and end-users can expect from Windows 8 on ARM (WOA) devices as Redmond preps the first RISC-friendly versions of its flagship OS.
That iconic little button at the lower-left corner of your computer screen is soon to be no more.
Personally, I think one of the coolest devices Microsoft came up with in the last several years is its Kinect platform.
Microsoft has reportedly finished coding a stable version (or possibly versions) of Windows 8 for ARM-powered mobile chips, such as those manufactured by industry heavyweights Nvidia, Qualcomm and TI.