With Windows 8 we see the widest level of architecture support we’ve seen in recent times when it comes to Microsoft products. We have ARM-based variants from Qualcomm and Nvidia, and we even have many Intel chips and are starting to see a one or two AMD tablets show up as well. That being said, one of the “most...

Intel’s CEO Paul Otellini recently received quite a bit of flack for stating that he felt Windows 8 was shipping way before it was truly ready for prime time. Intel released a statement shortly after apologizing for the whole ordeal. That should have been the end of it. Now in an ironic twist, it seems that it is Intel...

Recently Windows 8 Update reported on the new Clover Trail processor coming out of Intel. The new Atom SoC certainly brings quite a bit of power and performance to the table, and it’s no surprise to see a bunch of new devices based on the technology already being unveiled. What is surprising is that one of the most...

In response to the substantial threat posed by ARM, Intel are introducing a new chip architecture into the marketplace. The new platform codenamed “Clover Trail” will combine Intel’s wide compatibility with the stability and durability of their ARM competitor. Intel say that tablets based on Clover Trail can be 8.5 mm...

Ever since Windows 8 was announced to have ARM support, there has been a ton of speculation around what this means for the PC/tablet world. Some of the theories suggest ARM will get heavily involved in the desktop/laptop market now, others that Windows tablets will ONLY use ARM processors. In fact, many users have...