Ahead of Microsoft's upcoming Surface event, images of the new device have shown up online that highlights what the company will announce later this week.
Recent ARM Stories
Microsoft is reportedly testing an ARM Surface Pro with a custom SoC built closely in partnership with Qualcomm, and an AMD chip on the Surface Laptop.
Microsoft confirms it is moving Microsoft Edge to Chromium in Windows 10.
Samsung has announced a new PC that uses Microsoft's Windows on ARM operating system and this device is targeting the Surface crowd.
Arm today disclosed its roadmap for CPU performance improvements through 2020. And the chipset designer has Intel in its sights.
Apple could be ditching Intel processors in favour of its own proprietary chips seen on the iPhone starting from 2020.
Microsoft has quietly been crafting a new Windows narrative but there are still big pieces of the puzzle missing.
Discussions this week have me wondering if Microsoft isn't secretly plotting a future for Windows that actually makes sense.
We now have a clearer understanding of how ARM-based Always Connected PCs will fare compared to their more established x86 rivals.
Microsoft claims that its hardware partners are "on track" to deliver the first ARM-based Always Connected PCs by the end of the year.
If you enjoy the spectacle of tech giants circling each other in court like some old "Godzilla vs. King Kong" movie, then buckle up. This one has the potential to be a battle for the ages.
There's a lot of excitement around Microsoft bringing full Windows 10 to the ARM platform, but there's also not much to say about this project. If it works properly, it will just be Windows 10.
Microsoft today released a prerecorded video timed for Build 2017 that details Windows 10 on ARM and how its x86 emulation software works.
Microsoft announced that it will port Windows 10 to ARM. No, not Windows 10 Mobile. Real Windows 10 on a new generation of portable PCs.
A new report about Microsoft working on x86 emulation for the ARM-based versions of Windows 10 has Windows enthusiasts justifiably excited for the future.
Microprocessor giant Intel has had an even harder time adapting to today's mobile computing world than Microsoft. And the latest evidence is a just-announced cancellation of an Atom processor designed for smart phones and tablets ... which I think has big ramifications for a rumored Intel-based Surface phone.