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ARM CEO: we're not going 64-bit anytime soon

ARM, the company responsible for the majority of processors in today's smartphones, does not have plans to add 64-bit support to its architecture anytime soon. Given that the company plans to take on Intel and AMD in the server market…
Microsoft: Windows 8 will support Intel, AMD, and ARM

Microsoft: Windows 8 will support Intel, AMD, and ARM

Microsoft has announced that the next version of Windows will support System on a Chip (SoC) architectures from ARM-based systems designed by partners Nvidia, Qualcomm, and Texas Instruments. Microsoft's goal is of course to further increase the range of hardware…

ARM to take on Intel and AMD servers in 2014

Smacking down speculation, ARM says it won't be competing in the server market against Intel and AMD until 2014. The company responsible for the majority of processors in today's smartphones simply does not believe its technology is ready to offer…