ARM hopes to power 50% of mobile PCs by 2015

Not content just to dominate smartphones, chip maker ARM is expecting chips based on its processor designs to power half of the mobile PC market (which includes tablets, netbooks, and the like) by 2015, PCWorld reports.

No, Apple won’t be dumping Intel chips for ARM, you crazies

Here’s your latest crazy Apple rumor: Sources say that Apple is looking to move towards ARM processors in its laptops, which would replace the Intel chips its been relying on for the past few years, SemiAccurate reports.

Intel’s AppUp doesn’t fix app fragmentation, but it might help

For Joe Morris, vice president of mobile content for game company Konami, the difference between having to port a game to 200 platforms and just a handful is more than enough reason to get excited over Intel launching its application-distribution platform, AppUp.

Apple TV isn’t dead yet: $99 version to run iPhone OS

After years of ignoring the Apple TV, and many rumors of a revamp, it appears that Apple is now readying a complete overhaul of the device. The next Apple TV will feature a much smaller form factor, run the iPhone operating system — and perhaps most importantly, it will retail for a mere $99, Apple sources tell Engadget.