Microsoft plans to bring x86 emulation to ARM
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It will be in Windows 10 in 2017

Microsoft will be rolling out x86 emulation for ARM processors in the Redstone 3 upgrade of Windows 10 late next year.

HP unveils Z2 Mini workstation-class mini PC
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A small beast with Nvidia Quadro and Intel Xeon

At Autodesk University in Las Vegas, HP showed off its newest Z2 Mini Workstation, a mini-PC that will be powered by Nvidia's Quadro GPU and Intel Xeon E3-1200v5 CPU.

TSMC plunges billions into fab upgrades
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And poaches Intel man

Taiwanese fab company TSMC has approved a capital injection of $4.91 billion at a board meeting.

European Union judge wants review of Intel monopoly case
Published in Processors


Intel might get into play a "get out of jail free" card

Intel might get the $1.4 billion anti-trust fine it paid to the EU in 2009 back after a top European Union judge recommended that the case be reviewed.

HP releases Kaby Lake notebooks
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Spectre 360 is better than a MacBook Pro

The maker of rather expensive printer ink, HP has just released its latest Kaby Lake laptop.

Lenovo gves blessing to notebook price war
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Increases stockpiles for Christmas 

Lenovo seems to expect there will be a big sale of notebooks this Christmas.

Sudden rise in notebook demand surprises manufacturers
Published in Notebooks


Short supply of components

A sudden rise in Notebook demand has caught suppliers on the hop and component suppliers say they have not got enough to flog.

HP confirms DRMing its ink cartridges
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Gotta keep it expensive

The maker of expensive printer ink, HP has confirmed that it has DRMed its printers so that they will only use its expensive cartridges.

HP buys Samsung's printer business
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Prints off a $1.05 billion dollar cheque

The maker of expensive printer ink, HP, has written a $1.05 billion cheque for Samsung's printer business.

HPE tries selling software unit to Thoma Bravo
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Negotiations are under way

The former maker of expensive printer ink HPE is in talks with buyout firm Thoma Bravo to flog its software arm.