With Microsoft's new Surface Go a decided no-go on two key metrics, our attention turns once again to Qualcomm and its ARM-powered platform.
Recent Windows 10 on ARM Stories
Arm today disclosed its roadmap for CPU performance improvements through 2020. And the chipset designer has Intel in its sights.
After the Snapdragon 835 and the upcoming 850, Qualcomm gets ready to take things to the next step with the Snapdragon 1000.
Qualcomm's Snapdragon 850 announcement is a bit more profound than is immediately obvious.
Qualcomm will address the performance issues with Windows 10 on ARM by engineering a new family of CPUs.
Windows 10 on ARM only exists because Microsoft wants to shake up Intel's market dominance. That's not good enough.
Microsoft always gets low marks for communication. Here's the most recent example.
One of the advantages of the HP Envy x2 is that it comes with a smartpen. How does it compare to Surface Pen and Apple Pencil?
After using the HP Envy x2 in a variety of situations over the past week, I've decided to hit refresh on this experiment. I've been using it wrong.
Leisurely. Is the only possible word one could use to describe the performance of Windows 10 on ARM today.
We've long understood that Windows 10 on ARM would present app compatibility challenges. But it's worse than I expected.
Well, I can say this much already: HP's Envy x2 battery life claims are quite accurate.
Powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, the HP Envy x2 delivers about 20 hours of battery life and always-on connectivity.
For over a year we've been treated to the fantasy that Windows 10 on ARM was the same as Windows 10 on x86. Not exactly.
Edge's battery life advantage has never helped it gain any users. Why would this work for Windows 10 on Snapdragon?