Although Microsoft's Surface launch may have prompted a number of vendors to ditch plans for RT-based devices, Samsung is reportedly still eyeing an October launch date for an ARM-powered Windows 8 tablet.
ARM currently dominates the lucrative mobile market (smartphones and tablets) with its low-power sipping RISC chips. And Intel?
ARM says it remains on track to claim approximately 10%-20% of the notebook PC market by 2014 or 2015.
Intel recently showed off an uber-mini PC board dubbed NUC, or Next Unit of Computing.
Intel - which only recently debuted its first Android smartphone - says it expects to become a "big player" in the lucrative handset market over the next five years.
Intel is rolling out its first batch of Ivy Bridge processors, including 13 quad-core chips targeted at desktop computers.
Intel has been trying to enter the lucrative smartphone market for years now, but with little tangible success.
Intel and Microsoft are clearly disappointed that Apple’s ARM-powered iPad continues to dominate the lucrative mobile sphere.
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.
Analysts at IDC say they expect a "relatively dramatic" industry shift to occur between 2011 and 2016.
The current - rather limited - lineup of Google Chromebooks are powered by Intel’s x86 processors.
Apple’s extensive use of indigenously designed ARM-powered processors in its iDevice lineup could help Cupertino propel itself past Intel as the world's largest mobile chip maker by the end of 2012.
Intel's x86 chips may power the majority of the world's PCs, but Santa Clara says it is now ready to "fine-tune" its processor supply chain to target the tablet and smartphone space.
ARM is preparing to move into the lucrative notebook market which is currently dominated by Intel x86 processors.
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.
Mac OS X currently runs on Intel-based x86 systems. However, it seems as if Apple has seriously considered the possibility of porting the popular operating system to ARM chipsets.
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.
The first Intel-powered x86 (Medfield) smartphone will be hitting the hyper-competitive mobile market in China this summer - courtesy of Lenovo.
ARM CEO Warren East doesn't appear to be particularly worried about Intel's entry into the RISC-dominated smartphone market with its x86 Medfield SoC.
Analysts at Nomura Equity Research project that ARM-powered processors will make serious inroads in the notebook computer market by 2013.