ARM vs x86/x64

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I was recently asked a question about Windows 10. Microsoft is unifying the codebase between computers, laptops, tablets, and even smartphones to something more uniform across all devices. In the process we’re seeing Microsoft drop support for Windows RT, which runs on ARM-based hardware rather than Intel x86/x64 chips. With Intel mobile procs getting almost…

What if you could stuff your whole computer into your mouse? (video)

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I’m a fan of mobile computing. You might have picked up on that thanks to my involvement with Pocketnow. Inside our smartphones are fully functional computers. They have multi-core, multi-GHz processors, a couple GB RAM, a fair amount of storage space, and so much more. Thanks to ARM-based processors, based on RISC rather than CISC…