| ||Thread Tools|
|9th July 2015, 06:27||#1|
Join Date: May 2010
Intel sees Windows as its blue eyed boy
Chip giant Intel is set to dump Android as its primary focus and instead hopes Windows tablets will make the grade in the future.
Intel has spent hundreds of millions of pounds aiming to be a player in the tablet and smartphone markets but so far has seen little for the money itís spent.
Digitimes Research believes that Intel will more or less dump Android and drop its subsidy for tablets using the OS and incorporating its own microprocessors.
But that is a gamble that could well be based on over-inflated estimates for the success of Windows 10, which starts to ship at the end of this month.
|Thread||Thread Starter||Forum||Replies||Last Post|
|Microsoft Exec Sees Autumn Release For Windows 10||Stefan Mileschin||WebNews||0||12th December 2014 07:43|
|Windows Blue will be a free update||Stefan Mileschin||WebNews||0||16th May 2013 06:15|
|Acer president sees 'no value' in building a Windows RT tablet right now||Stefan Mileschin||WebNews||0||7th May 2013 06:28|
|Preview: A guide to Windows Blue / Windows 8.1||Stefan Mileschin||WebNews||0||5th April 2013 07:36|
|Windows Blue to be called Windows 8.1?||Stefan Mileschin||WebNews||0||3rd April 2013 08:32|
|Windows Phone sees big gains at the expense of BlackBerry and Symbian||Stefan Mileschin||WebNews||0||2nd April 2013 07:16|
|Does Windows Blue mean the end of the desktop enviroment?||Stefan Mileschin||WebNews||0||29th March 2013 07:34|
|Windows Blue leaks online||Stefan Mileschin||WebNews||0||25th March 2013 08:05|
|Apple Tablet Eyed For March Release||Shogun||WebNews||0||10th December 2009 01:40|
|Intel's Gelsinger Sees Clear Path To 10nm Chips||jmke||WebNews||0||3rd July 2008 17:05|