After being available in the US for a year, today Microsoft have posted a blog announcing the release Cortana for Andriod today and iOS in a few weeks, most likely waiting for it to be approved by Apple.
Microsoft has announced a partnership with Qualcomm to bring Windows 10 to ARM, this is the full client with full X86 compatibility. This is huge news, this must have Intel worried. We will have wait and see what performance is like, but looking at the video below PhotoShop seems to run quite well:-
WalkingCat found last month, I think it was something called “CHPE”, which Terry Myerson has confirmed stands for Complied Hybrid Portable Executable, I would love to hear/see more on how this technology works, also does this mean at some point in the future we will be able to run Windows 10 on a RaspberryPi?
— Terry Myerson (@tmyerson) December 8, 2016
This will do wonders for battery power, assuming running x86 doesn’t drain the power quicker when running on as opposed to native applications.