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How the two flavors of Windows 8 will be different

Windows 8 on ARM will launch at the same time as Windows 8 on Intel-AMD, but there are key differences. Case in point: you don't turn off a Windows-8-on-ARM PC.

By February 9, 2012

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Web-oriented architecture and the rise of pragmatic SOA

WOA is the latest term to confuse developers. However REST and SOA can be best friends.

By September 3, 2008

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Windows 8 on tablets explained by Microsoft

Microsoft explains how Windows 8 will run on ARM-based tablets. Expect it to look a lot like your desktop PC, but with a touchscreen layer.

By February 13, 2012

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Go ahead, bring your Windows 8 gadgets to work, says Microsoft

Employees are bringing their personal laptops, tablets, and smartphones to work rather than using the devices assigned to them by the organization they work for. No problem, the company says.

By April 20, 2012

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Windows RT in trouble? Report makes cryptic claims

Windows RT merged into Windows Blue? An Asia-based report doesn't provide much clarity for the claim.

By March 28, 2013

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Microsoft makes Windows 8 name official, three editions only

Windows 8 is the official name of the next version of Windows client. Here are details on the three SKUs that are in the pipeline.

By April 16, 2012

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Can my PC run the Windows 8 beta test build?

Now that it's available for public download, you might be wondering whether your PC or tablet can handle it. Here are some guidelines.

By February 29, 2012

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Intel: Lenovo Android phone now, Windows 8 tablet later

Intel is demonstrating a Windows 8 tablet at CES that uses its future Clover Trail Atom processor--which will be Intel's platform for Windows 8 tablets.

By January 11, 2012

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Microsoft's tablet OS isn't liked but lives on

Windows RT is in product purgatory. Not popular and nowhere to go. The problem is, ARM is everywhere.

By August 10, 2013

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Browsers on Windows RT: It's a tough antitrust case to make

Mozilla might contemplate antitrust action to get full-fledged Firefox onto Windows RT. But with ARM processors and iPad sales, competition is different for Microsoft now than in the 1990s.

By May 14, 2012