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Windows 7 will not support ARM-based PCs for the time being, says Microsoft VP

Nov 9, 17:08

While smartbook PCs based on ARM processors will be launched in 2010, Microsoft will continue with its strategic cooperation with Intel and will not have Windows 7 support smartbook...

Microsoft corporate vice president for Windows platform strategy, Mike Nash

Whitebox makers in China reportedly set to launch ARM-based netbooks

Dec 18, 12:38

China-based whitebox netbook makers are planning to launch ARM-based netbooks in the local market, with a 7-inch device expected to sell for less than 1000 RMB (US$146), according...

Computex 2008: A guided tour of the handset booths

Jun 6, 02:10

Computex 2008 opened bigger this year with the inclusion of the Nangang Exhibition Hall to the venue. Fortunately, those interested in the latest and greatest handsets from many Taiwan-based...

Mio Leap K1 and Leap G50 handsets
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