Microsoft announced that support for Windows 10 Mobile ends in December. It’s a quiet end for an OS that always seemed resigned to playing for third.
Lee Badman of wirednot comments: With time to kill at Syracuse and Cleveland airports (as I travel to Interop in Las Vegas), I find myself ruminating on a topic that I’ll be talking about in a workshop in a couple of days: mobility. As with terms like “convergence” and “unified”, the notion of mobility often […]
One of the up and coming topics in the virtualization industry is how to properly virtualize phones. Mobile phones are quickly becoming one of the most convenient and powerful computing devices in our everyday lives. Roughly 20% of the phones in the US are smart phonesâ€¦ with anticipated intersection with â€œfeatureâ€ phones coming somewhere around the end of 2011.
ARM’s next chip design supports virtualization. It looks as though ARM are now building in Virtualization capabilities into their new Cortex A processor which is going to be released shortly. So does this mean we could soon see VMware finally releasing their Mobile Virtualization Platform? My guess would be Yes!