Chip manufacturer AMD, in partnership with BlueStacks, will release new tablets and laptops that run Android on Microsoft’s Windows operating system, without the need to dual boot.
A Toshiba 5-in-1 concept laptop/tablet may one day dual-boot Android and Windows 8, assuming the device moves past concept phase.
Asus has apparently posted ahead of time a video showing a Transformer Book Duet tablet / laptop that will be able to dual-boot Android and Windows 8.
Wish you could make the switch to Chrome OS, but still have a need for Windows apps? Soon you may be able to have the best of both worlds, with Chrome OS effectively making its way to Windows 8’s start UI.
New reports, but also Samsung’s website, seem to indicate that the ATIV Q may have been canceled. Patent-related issues have been cited for this potential cancelation.
A first AnTuTu benchmark for the Samsung ATIV Q is apparently available, showing a score of 54,861 for the Android tablet. Read on for more details!
Is the Ativ Q the beginning of a lifelong friendship between Windows and Android or more of a cease fire?
The Ativ Q is an amazing piece of engineering, but have Android and Windows become best friends, or is this just a cease fire? Read on for more!
Asus introduces a powerful concept with the Transformer Book Trio, a true hybrid that runs both Android and Windows 8 at the same time. Will this increase portability to new heights?
ASUS’s Transformer AiO, that strange dual-booting beast of a Windows 8/Android all-in-one PC, has received an update to Android 4.2.1. See what’s new!
Even if the estimates are accurate, and Microsoft actually makes $4-8 per device, they clearly feel they can do better with their own OS. Windows 8 is meant to be the first true cross-platform operating system for Microsoft.
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