HP has been in the headlines a lot over the last few months while the company tried to decide if it wanted to be in the consumer PC business. It does. But one thing that’s never been in doubt is that HP wants to ramp up its enterprise software and hardware offerings — and today the company rolled out a new enterprise program called Project Moonshot.
* In this picture, you can see a Pandaboard stack used by Canonical for package compilation
The Krait CPU will bring a new pipeline architecture and promises a whole 60% boost over the current Qualcomm Scorpion line. Clock speeds rang from 1.5 to 2.5GHz — this being notable since the highest rated processor speed on a CPU for ANY mobile device thus far has been 1.5GHz out of the box. Hackers have seen to it that devices have gone beyond this behind the scenes, but not on the mass market. These new speeds come aside asynchronous multiprocessing and dual-channel memory.
… But while developers should be able to write new Windows 8 apps that are equally at home on ARM and x86 hardware, Microsoft says that apps explicitly developed for x86 platforms will not support Windows 8 running on an ARM device. This confirms what we’d heard earlier this year. …
Earlier this year chip-maker Qualcomm announced plans to launch a line of super-fast processors with clock speeds as high as 2.5 GHz. Now the company says those chips will start showing up in smartphones and tablets early next year.
I attended a developer preview lecture for Windows 8 at IDF 2011 and got to see some pretty interesting demos of Windows 8 running on the same Samsung developer tablet that was given to the BUILD conference attendees.
Après avoir soutenu l’expérience smartbook sous Tegra 2 de toute la force de ses petits bras comme on a pu le voir avec L’AC100 de Toshiba, et alors que sous Kal-El la seule…