With Windows RT we’ve seen Qualcomm and NVIDIA processors so far, but where is Texas Instruments? As early as 2011, TI committed to the idea of working with Windows RT in the future, as well as continued support of Android and Linux. In June of 2012 we even saw prototype equipment running on the OMAP4470. So...

More video from the BUILD 2011 Windows 8 conference. I was roaming the EXPO hall in the Anaheim Convention Center and I stopped at the Texas Instruments stall. I briefly asked what was going on and here’s the short video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z46P2_HZHOs  

Yet another processor company has announced a new product that it says will support Microsoft’s Windows 8 operating system. This time its Texas Instruments. In a press release today, they unveiled its OMAP4470 processor. Texas Instruments has announced that their new product will be able to run “operating systems such...

Todd Bishop is also saying that Microsoft will demo Windows 8 tomorrow – on an ARM processor A demonstration of Windows running on ARM processors this week will double as the first public preview of Windows 8, the next major version of the operating system, and offer a glimpse of the new allies enlisted by Microsoft in...