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Microsoft and its partners are beginning to show and tell more about the features that 7- and 8-inch Windows 8.1 "Blue" devices will offer.
Ahead of Intel's next generation of CPUs, AMD announces new chips, formerly code-named Temash, Kabini, and Richland.
The company promises faster performance, longer battery life, and better security for 2014.
Advanced Micro Devices has a Windows 8 tablet strategy predicated on new power-efficient chips.
Shipments of notebooks and ultabooks shrink sequentially by almost 7 percent in the second quarter, says research firm IHS.
Intel and Advanced Micro Devices need to drop prices on their power-efficient chips to compete with ARM processor suppliers in the Windows 8 device market, says Asia-based publication.