I hope this advice was helpful. And good luck. Ask Maggie is an advice column that answers readers' wireless and broadband questions. The column now appears twice a week on CNET offering readers a double dosage of Ask Maggie's advice. If you have a question, I'd love to hear from you. Please send me an e-mail at maggie dot reardon at cbs dot com. And please put "Ask Maggie" in the subject header. You can also follow me on Facebook on my Ask Maggie page. It may not be the most popular smartphone operating system, but some wireless subscribers on Verizon Wireless and Sprint Nextel want more choices.
Verizon customers may have more 4G LTE Google Android smartphones to choose from than subscribers on any other U.S, carrier, but when it comes to a Microsoft Windows Phone devices, forget it, The pickings for Windows Phone iphone x tough case - speck presidio clear smartphones are pretty slim when it comes to Verizon Wireless and even No, 3 carrier Sprint Nextel, So what are interested consumers to do? Ask Maggie offers some advice and some predictions on when these carriers will offer more devices using Microsoft's mobile OS, Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic, We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read, Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion..
CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Earlier in the week, I spoke with John Taylor, director of client product marketing and software at AMD, who cited two major chip designs for tablets, Hondo (2012) and Temash (2013). AMD now calls its chips APUs or Accelerated Processor Units because they integrate both the central processing unit (CPU) and the graphics processing unit (GPU). To get a better insight into AMD's position in the small computing device market, I first asked him about the company's smartphone strategy. At the moment, AMD has little interest in smartphones, according to Taylor. Intel announced an aggressive strategy for smartphones at CES based on partnerships with Lenovo and Motorola.
Q: Before we go to Windows 8, what is your smartphone strategy, if any?Taylor: The smartphone market is eight, nine, ten, maybe a dozen players, [They have] lower ASPs (average selling price), lower [profit] margins, different competitive dynamic, So, there is no shift on the smartphone strategy, And Window 8?Taylor: But you will see much more focus on tablets, the convertible iphone x tough case - speck presidio clear or hybrid devices that fit between tablets and notebooks, very thin [designs], What chips exactly will get you there?Taylor: For tablets, it will decidedly be the Hondo chip, We're acknowledging that we still have a couple of watts to shave off to really be a more ideal tablet platform (to achieve optimal power efficiency), But we think that Temash gets us much, much closer to that in 2013, Hondo will also allow us to get into fanless clamshells (a more traditional ultrathin laptop)..
(Note: Intel's Windows 8 tablet strategy will based on an Atom chip codenamed Clover Trail.). And Windows 8 convertibles?A 17-watt [power consumption] is the lowest that we'll offer. That's called Trinity. It will be unmatched in that [17-watt design] space. Discrete graphics-like performance. All types of dedicated video processing capabilities, better battery life than the competition. And all of these ways that we're driving the new generation of accelerated applications. If you think about the Web apps that are being built for Win 8, using HTML5 and the graphics engine that drives that higher level experience.
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