- Asus VivoTab with Windows RT gets $50 price cut; free keyboard
- Download the First BitTorrent Client for Windows RT and Surface RT
- Security Update for Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5 on Windows 8, Windows RT and Windows Server 2012
- How to Enable Flash Websites on Windows RT and Surface RT
- How to Create Shutdown and Reboot Tiles on Windows 8’s Start Screen
- Microsoft shows you why the Asus VivoTab RT is better than the iPad in new video
- New Surface RT commercial emphasizes features
- Dell now selling the XPS 10 Windows RT tablet for $299.99
- HTC allegedly preps high-res R7 and R12 Windows RT Blue tablets for Q3 launch
- Acer waits for Windows RT 8.1 to make tablet decision
- How to Easily Add Websites to the Flash Whitelist on Windows RT
- Microsoft, The Web Is No Longer Good Enough; Windows RT Needs Apps And Fast
- Email for Windows RT: Help is on the way
- Windows RT Whitelist Tool Provides Quick, Easy Way to Enable Flash for Certain Sites
- Comprehensive Guide to Microsoft Surface (and Windows RT) with 50+ Tips and Tricks
- Hacking Windows RT Journal: Part 1
- You can run legacy apps on jailbroken Windows RT and will be able to use a third-party app store (soon)
- You Can Now Run x86 Legacy Windows Apps On Surface / Windows RT
- Hack Enables x86 Applications to Run on Windows RT
- Windows RT Jailbreak Tool Still Available, Microsoft Seems to Ignore It
Windows ARM - Companies
On Wednesday, Microsoft debuted a new, and very funny, TV ad promoting Windows 8, this time by comparing the features of the Asus VivoTab Smart tablet against those of Apple's iPad. Today, Microsoft released a new video that once again takes on the iPad, but this time with an Asus tablet that's running Windows RT.
Computerworld - Nvidia will continue manufacturing Tegra ARM-based processors for Windows RT tablets despite sluggish early sales of the devices, making the same commitment that Qualcomm has made, an Nvidia executive said Wednesday.
We heard way back in December last year that HTC is working on 7" and 12" Windows tablets, then another source confirmed it just a month and change ago, and now we are getting a tip with the specifics. Bear in mind that we have these details from just one source, and they aren't independently confirmed by others so far, thus take them as just an intriguing speculation for now.
A Qualcomm executive Friday defended Windows RT tablets despite poor initial sales, saying the mobile device chip maker is "very optimistic with the future of Win RT."
I have been an ultra, uber, perma-bear on Windows RT. Windows RT is quite literally Windows 8 but with fewer features, but ships on devices that have no cost advantage over Windows 8 equivalents. See, if I could go out an buy a 7" Windows RT tablet for $200, then sure, that makes sense.
This year, Intel will launch its Haswell chips. One of the most important performance improvements of Haswell will be power efficiency and battery life. Meanwhile, Microsoft created Windows RT to run on ARM-based chips for better battery life. Microsoft's Surface RT runs an NVIDIA Tegra processor, and has better battery life than the Surface Pro, which sports an Intel chip.
Summary: There are rumors that HTC made be coming out with a Windows RT tablet and I think that is a huge mistake for the financially failing company. They have an excellent device in the One and need to market the heck out of it to try to get back in the game.
With the release of Windows 8, Microsoft has hedged its bets. In an effort to make its OS more suitable for tablets, it simultaneously released RT, the first version of Windows to support the ARM chips found in most smartphones and tablets. While Windows RT promises uncompromising battery life, it's not capable of running "legacy" Windows apps — despite the confusing Desktop mode.
NVIDIA's Tegra 3 processor is running inside Microsoft's Surface RT tablet but so far, sales of the Surface and other Windows RT devices have been disappointing. Today, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang told financial analysts today, "We expected to have sold more than we did."
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