Microsoft publishes, deletes Windows 10 on Arm limitations list
Some major restrictions in there.
Some major restrictions in there.
Up to 12 times smaller.
Offers partial refund, upgrade kit.
Un-named industry sources claim that Microsoft is accelerating its schedule for the release of Windows 7 Service Pack 1 - with a release before the end of the year likely.
Industry sources have hinted that Intel is set to release a portable, low-power version of its desktop dual-core Atom processors designed to bring multiprocessing to netbooks.
A small band of hackers on the GitHub code sharing site have resurrected an early release of NCSA Mosaic, the first graphical web browser ever released.
AMD has announced the launch of a competition, looking for suggestions on how to make best use of a 48-core server - with the winner getting a quartet of Magny-Cours chips.
Thermaltake has announced the launch of a new brand - Tt eSPORTS - with a trio of gaming peripherals.
Logitech has launched a pair of Harmony programmable remotes at CeBIT, both aimed at the budget end of the market.
Intel is putting its money where its mouth is with the launch of the Atom Million Dollar Development Fund, which aims to tempt devs into producing software for the Atom platform.
ARM has announced a partnership with AMD's fab spin-off Globalfoundries that will see the companies mass produce system-on-chip devices based around a 28nm process.
Google has announced it is to officially drop support for Microsoft's Internet Explorer 6 in its YouTube video streaming service from March this year.
The CompactFlash Association has unveiled the latest version of the memory card standard, which increases the addressable storage space to 144 petabytes.
An early version of Acer's Aspire One 532g netbook - powered by Nvidia's Ion 2 graphics - has been put through its paces, and the results are somewhat underwhelming.
Google Gears, the search giant's offline caching technology, is being redeveloped using the HTML 5 specification - potentially making it easier for third parties to implement.
Kaspersky has been granted a US patent on its latest creation - a hardware-based anti-virus system designed to sit between the motherboard and the storage device.
Korean mobile provider SK Telecom has unveiled its latest creation - a SIM card which contains CPU, RAM, 1GB of flash storage, and a copy of Google's Android.
NEC has come up with a new technique for increasing the speed of data transfer on a USB 3.0 bus - getting more than three times the throughput of conventional controllers.
AMD's latest Opteron processor - the 12-core 2.2GHz Magny-Cours - has appeared on eBay ahead of its official release.
Forget everything you knew about Windows Mobile - Windows Phone Series 7 is a complete rethink by Microsoft of its mobile OS, and it looks great.
iPhone hackers - those who find and post the exploits that allow handsets to be unlocked or jailbroken - are finding themselves locked out of App Store by Apple.
Acer has announced the first netbook to use Nvidia's Ion 2 platform, and uses Optimus to switch between integrated Intel graphics and a GeForce G310M chip.
Intel and Nokia are to merge their existing mobile operating systems to create a new Linux-based OS for mobile PCs, netbooks, tablets and in-vehicle entertainment systems
Manufacturers are lining up to create netbooks running Google's operating systems, but the market is split as to which to support: Chrome or Android.
Chip manufacturer Marvell has announced a new 1GHz ARM-based processor, aimed at the smartphone market, which it claims is significantly faster than Qualcomm's Snapdragon.
A recent test of anti-virus suites reveals that AVG Free is actually very secure.
Google has announced plans to launch a trial fibre-to-the-home service which will see the search and advertising giant offering 1Gb/s Internet connections to home users.
Microsoft's Windows Group president Steven Sinofsky has commented on reports of Windows 7 killing certain laptop batteries, and claims that it's doing nothing of the sort.