Windows RT, which we're obliged to remind you is the version that runs on ARM hardware, will reportedly cost between $80 and $95 for OEMs to license. Whilst at Computex, VR-Zone asked various companies the cost differences between building Android slates (which Google offers for free) and Microsoft's latest variant. The anonymous enterprises responded with figures between $80 and $95 -- averaging out at $85.
Maybe Tim Westergren has a point. The Pandora cofounder has been making the rounds in the last few months, arguing that the music licensing costs his company has to pay are crippling and should be changed by Congress. Music labels a... Read Post
In October 2009 Microsoft released Windows 7 and now two and a half years later vice president Steven Guggenheimer of the company’s OEM division has announced sales surpassing the 600 million licenses mark. Guggenheimer announced th... Read Post