With Snapdragon-based PCs suddenly looming on the horizon, there's been a lot of discussion about the new platform's viability.
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Discussions this week have me wondering if Microsoft isn't secretly plotting a future for Windows that actually makes sense.
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Terry Myerson appeared at a Qualcomm event this morning in Hawaii to launch Always Connected PC. I have a few questions.
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.
The Snapdragon 835 processor may be one of the most highly anticipated chips in the past couple of years. With better performance, lower energy footprint and increased capabilities, ARM chips are quickly encroaching on Intel territory.