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Microsoft rolls out more updates for its core set of productivity apps. Mail, Calendar and the People hub are all in line for some tweaks and improvements. Updates to these apps are always welcome....
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Texas Instruments has shown off a Windows RT-based tablet running on one of its processors, with the company claiming it will have Windows 8 tablets running on its chips for launch later this year.
Acer has said that it has no plans to release a WindowsRT-based product that isn't a tablet device, meaning that WindowsRT-based notebooks and desktops will be in short supply.
Intel said this week that over 20 tablets designed to run on Windows 8 are in the works that will run on processors made by Intel, which means Intel will be making a big push in the tablet market.
Mozilla is not happy that Microsoft is keeping all other web browsers, except for Internet Explorer 10, from running on PCs and tablets with Windows 8 ARM (WindowsRT) while in Windows Classic mode.