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[News] ARM Joins the Linux Family Officially

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The Linux Foundation welcomes ARM

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| To date, ARM has shipped more than 10 billion ARM processors in 
| mobile devices, many of which run Linux. Ian Drew, EVP Marketing at 
| ARM, said that "joining the Linux Foundation is a natural step 
| towards advancing innovation in the Linux community for a rich, 
| always-connected, computing experience."


ARM Joins The Linux Foundation

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| The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization dedicated to 
| accelerating the growth of Linux, today announced that ARM (LSE: 
| ARM; Nasdaq: ARMH) has become a member. 
| ARM designs the technology that lies at the heart of advanced 
| digital products, from wireless, networking and consumer 
| entertainment solutions to imaging, automotive, security and 
| storage devices.



ARM netbook ships with detachable tablet

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| Meanwhile, the Linux-based Touch Book OS software is still in beta, and is
| missing key pieces of the final release due later this year, including Adobe
| Flash, a Skype-compatible VoIP app, and OpenOffice 3.1. The final release
| will also offer iTunes sync, and "3D accelerometer-based iPhone games" (for
| more on the Apple connection, see farther below).


Microsoft to exclude ARM netbooks for Windows 7

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| Microsoft's new Windows 7 operating system will not run on netbooks powered
| by ARM chips, Microsoft said on Wednesday...


Researcher: Chrome to boost Atom to ARM switch in netbooks

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| LONDON â Technology changes, including the introudction of the Chrome
| OS, will undermine Atom's grip on the netbook market during a
| recessionary time when people don't want, and can't afford, a second
| laptop just to carry around say market researchers, The Information Network.
| While Intel's Atom holds more than an 80 percent share of the
| 23.5-million netbooks sold in 2009 the ARM processor will to gain a 55
| percent market share of the 96.0 million netbooks sold in 2012,
| according to researchers.
| "We see two technology factors converging with the poor macroeconomic
| situation that will create a market for ARM - the release of the
| Cortex-9 microarchitecture and the emergence of cloud computing," said
| Dr. Robert Castellano, president of The Information Network (New
| Tripoli, PA). "Chrome OS is the first operating system built with cloud
| computing in mind."

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