Windows-based tablets powered by Intel x86 processors may ultimately be priced in the $600-$900 range.
Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang has seen the future of mobile devices - and it is Google's versatile Android operating system.
Analysts at Nomura Equity Research project that ARM-powered processors will make serious inroads in the notebook computer market by 2013.
A controller developed for Microsoft's new Windows 8 OS uses eye-tracking to control the cursor, and blinking to substitute for a mouse-click.
The tablet category has significantly expanded its role in the lucrative mobile PC market, with shipments hitting 72.7 million units and accounting for 25.5% of mobile PC shipments in 2011.
Windows XP's market share is setting new record lows at a record pace.
It appears as though progress on Microsoft's new operating system is coming along smoothly, as the company is ready to open it up for beta testing in just a couple months.
Windows 8, which runs on both ARM and x86 (AMD/Intel) chips, is perhaps one of the most hotly anticipated OS upgrades in recent memory.
For Dell, the fun of Streaking is over. It looks like the company was just not able to sell consumers on the "Streak" tablet brand.
Microsoft has been firming up its answer to Apple's user-friendly and easily navigable platform for digital computer downloads.
Indie devs are currently coding an x86 iteration of Google's popular Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4) operating system for mobile devices powered by AMD and Intel chips.
ARM RISC-based processors running Microsoft Windows 8 are expected to make an official appearance by the end of 2012 - and could begin seriously competing in the notebook market by June 2013.
A prominent industry analyst believes Microsoft has little interest in replacing its flagship Xbox 360 with a newer console in 2012.
If you're hesitant to upgrade your Windows computers because it's such a time-consuming hassle, Microsoft is speaking to you.
Time for your computer to update? Well you better make sure you've saved everything because it's gonna automatically restart soon. Sound familiar?
The new relationship between Nokia and Microsoft looks like it will extend beyond Windows Phone.
A new report claims that Microsoft's next-gen Xbox (aka Project Ten, Loop, Next and 720) will feature "tight integration" with Windows 8 when it hits store shelves in late 2012.
Shipments of tablet PCs powered by RISC-based ARM processors are expected to jump by an impressive 211% Y/Y in 2011 to 59.9 million units.
There are a lot of reasons to be excited about Windows 8, and Microsoft keeps giving us more.
I was looking at the benchmarks of AMD’s new FX chip - which generally place performance between Intel’s I5 and I7 - when something immediately jumped out at me.