Tag Archives: Windows RT

Dell’s all Intel tablets and laptops targeting the evolving mobile workforce even with their most consumer specific Android tablets

Dell is 100% committed to Intel (“for speed, responsiveness, and battery efficiency”) from now on which was, nevertheless, not discovered by the media. Otherwise the essence was well expressed by these Oct 2, 2013 media reports (being similar to others): … Continue reading

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Android to overtake the overall PC market?

I came to this after the recent posts of mine (between July 20 and August 17, 2013): With Android and forked Android smartphones as the industry standard Nokia relegated to a niche market status while Apple should radically alter its … Continue reading

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Microsoft betting on boosting Windows RT demand with top level ARM SoCs from its SoC partners, Windows 8.1 enhancements, Outlook addition to the Office 2013 RT and very deep tactical discounts to its OEM partners for tablet offerings of more value and capability

… especially valuable for small businesses, and even enterprises of different, larger sizes thanks to new enhancements in manageability, networking, and security announced at TechEd North America 2013 (see “Cloud first” from Microsoft is ready to change enterprise computing in … Continue reading

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Windows RT Buzz: only the naming will disappear?

Microsoft defends Windows RT as necessary disruption [CNET, March 21, 2013]vs.Microsoft to merge Windows RT into next-generation Windows OS [DIGITIMES, March 27, 2013] These headlines tell everything. And don’t forget, end of March is the end of PRISM when all … Continue reading

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BYOD trends vs. Mobile enterprise platform trends

With the literal explosion of mobile computing devices there is a huge challenge both on the enterprise computing vendor and customer sides. The easiest way of looking at those challenges is analyzing the so called BYOD (Bring your own device) … Continue reading

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Exynos 5 Octa, flexible display enhanced with Microsoft vision et al. from Samsung Components: the only valid future selling at CES 2013

[5:30 – 5:39] of the video embedded in ‘Details’ section below:Samsung Components [the proper name is Device Solutions Division, Samsung Electronics]: a $16B operation just for Q3 2012 alone. WTF are 8 cores for? How the mobile battery will cope … Continue reading

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Intel’s biggest flop: at least 3-month delay in delivering the power management solution for its first tablet SoC

This is all despite the fact that Intel had already the following slides back in April on the IDF2012 in Beijing: i.e. the slide on the left was explicitly stating these Mobility Features:– 9+ Hours Battery Life– ~30 Days Standbyas … Continue reading

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