NVIDIA CEO has suggested that Microsoft should build a version of the modern Office productivity software suite to run on ARM machines running Windows 8.
Microsoft recently published more details about how Windows 8 will behave in portrait and landscape orientations on the Building Windows 8 blog.
Industry experts predict a sharp increase in sold tablets and Windows 8 tablets might have the strongest overall growth.
Tomorrow, a Microsoft conference called BUILD will unveil more details about Windows 8 and present the first tablets and mobile devices running the Windows 8 OS. Go Microsoft, crush the competition!
Looks like HP has been hanging out with Intel a lot lately. Both of them have similar reactions to Windows 8 — they both want to make tablets. Intel actually wants their chips in the tablets.
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