Microsoft and Qualcomm release cheaper kit for developers

Qualcomm Technologies announced on Monday 24 a partnership with Microsoft to create a kit for developers, kind of miniature PC intended for testing and optimization of applications created by independent software vendors. The main goal is to create ARM64 apps for PCs powered by Snapdragon processors. On qualcomm’s website, Miguel Nunes, senior director of product management, explains that “this developer kit offers an affordable alternative to other consumer and commercial devices.” Cheaper, and with a smaller desktop configuration, the tool...

How the Desktop processor Chip is going Mobile

The evolution of computers and computing over the decade has seen a steady transition along all its chain pool. The processor chain has in no doubt not been an exception to the rule. Apple and its Desktop and Mobile devices has reached acclamation in the industry with lots of innovations and success to their works, the latest being their new offering announced this year. The Apple M1 ARM Chip produced by TSMC has made clear...