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AMD has announced its embedded processor roadmap plans for 2014, revealing details about its upcoming x86 APU chips as well as its first processors that will use an ARM design.
AMD's corporate vice president and general manager of its embedded solutions group confirmed the chip maker will develop and manufacture ARM chips going forward as part of a new strategy.
At FOSDEM, an early-stage port of Wine has been shown running on Android, bringing the capabilities to emulate Windows software to Google's OS that primarily runs on ARM-based hardware
Intel is currently hiring engineers with Windows Phone experience, possibly for the development of some sort of future Windows Phone device powered by one of Intel's x86 processors
In an address today, Intel CEO Paul Otellini slammed the prospect of Windows 8 devices running on ARM-based chips, saying Intel-based PCs will have the "advantage of the legacy support."
Intel's first quarter has been a solid start, said CEO Paul Otellini: the company beat Wall Street's predictions and is foreseeing a year of growth thanks to x86 smartphones and tri-gate chips.
HP CEO Meg Whitman said today during the company's quarterly conference call that HP "will be well positioned on Windows 8 x86 by the holidays", which seems to confirm a target date for Microsoft's OS
While x86 programs won't run on Windows 8 on ARM hardware, Microsoft confirms that a full version of its Office suite will be available for ARM - and a Metro style implementation is on the cards.
Microsoft has reaffirmed that x86 applications won't run on ARM products. This information was clarified once again after an ambiguous quote back in May caused some to speculate that this was true.
At the Intel Developer Forum today, Intel and Google announced it would team up to add Android support for Intel-based X86 processors. That should allow for smartphones with Intel chips inside.
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