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Intel's Silvermont SoC Goes for the Mobile Gold, but ARMv8 Awaits

With its new Silvermont architecture, it looks like Intel has finally leaped forward in mobile. But whether it can ward off ARM'S upcoming 64-bit ARMv8 processors is another story.

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Linaro Grows as ARM Tightens its Hold on Devices

In this guest column, Linaro CEO George Grey examines the expanding ARM ecosystem, discusses emerging and “disruptive” market opportunities for ARM technology, and highlights Linaro’s recent ARM Linux software development progress, working group formation, and membership growth.   Linaro Q1 2013 CEO Notes by George Grey, CEO, Linaro Enterprise Group...

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5 Linux Projects to Watch on Kickstarter

More than 60 Linux-related projects are currently listed on Kickstarter. Here's a small sampling of some particularly compelling examples.

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Why is Microsoft Obsessed with Putting Office on Tablets?

Oh Bill, people don't want Office on their iPads. Or Nexus 7s. Or maybe even their Surfaces...

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Ouya Android-based Game Console On Track for June Delivery

 Although there are a lot of people saying that the Android-based Ouya gaming console will be hindered by not having cutting-edge games available for it as it launches, the console continues to generate major buzz, and developers are producing games for it. The Ouya team has also stayed on track for a June launch for its $99 consoles, focusing on a strategy of keeping the Ouya interface simple. Here are some of the most recent updates on this much awaited game console. As noted in this post, Ouya has been steadily delivering early consoles and taking pre-orders. Right now early backers are getting consoles, but June looks solid for the official launch. According to an Ouya blog post:  "Our software is constantly evolving. Right now, the team is focused on optimizing the performance of our software (this means responsiveness). In addition,...

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