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Windows RT is in product purgatory. Not popular and nowhere to go. The problem is, ARM is everywhere.
Windows RT merged into Windows Blue? An Asia-based report doesn't provide much clarity for the claim.
HP is out (for now). Asus, Toshiba and Acer are in. But the list beyond that is unknown.
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.
Which upcoming Windows device seems more appealing? One running on Windows 8 or one on Windows RT?
Mozilla could bring Firefox to Windows Metro. But without access to system services that IE10 gets, it would be hobbled, and Mozilla would be shut out of a new PC segment.
Clues are pointing to some kind of Windows-powered reader coming from Microsoft and/or Barnes & Noble. But which of the many flavors of Windows will it run?
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.
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.
Will running older software be less of a concern with Windows 8?