Mozilla may not be all too happy with Edge switching to the Chromium rendering engine, but that is not stopping the company from bringing Firefox to Windows 10 on ARM powered devices. We recently discovered the displeasure, but that came around the same time the renewed focus for Windows 10 on ARM powered...

It’s a Dell. Dell, of all companies, is diving headfirst into the new form factor that Microsoft is said to be pursuing, with rumors that the company is working on its own implementation of the Surface Phone. Or, what is usually referred to as, the Andromeda device. And this is interesting, because Dell seems...

BUILD 2018 is almost upon us, and some nuggets from the forthcoming conference are starting to surface. Windows 10 ARM looks to be a major focus for Microsoft in this big event. It was back in December of 2016 that Microsoft and Qualcomm first announced their ambitious plans to introduce Windows 10 powered...

Way to stir up interest! Microsoft unveiled its new Always Connected PCs line of devices earlier this month, and they seem to have caught interest of a couple of big hardware makers. Actually, Qualcomm introduced them at its event. But even though the number of hardware vendors that had showcased their...

Well, this certainly dampens the proceedings. Windows 10 on ARM PCs are now a reality, with Microsoft calling them Always Connected PCs. However, these devices don’t come with a couple of technologies. For one reason or another. We got details of these new launches from partners like HP, Lenovo, and ASUS, but...

Do you smell it? A job listing has revealed that Microsoft is working on a Snapdragon 845 device, which as you may be aware is the, as of yet, unannounced processor from Qualcomm. Redmond has worked closely with Intel over the decades, but it is now showing an increased interest in the chips that the mobile...

No one expected Windows 10 ARM based devices to be the most powerful in the room, but it appears that users hoping these machines to offer good performance levels will be left disappointed. That’s because a series of benchmarks have been making their way to the web, and let’s just say that they are not...