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    News - AMD unveils its Ambidextrous Computing Roadmap

    Plans include 'Project SkyBridge' x86 and ARM pin-compatible processors.
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    Re: News - AMD unveils its Ambidextrous Computing Roadmap

    They have some sort of experience from the Wii-U.
    Wonder if we'll start to see this in the desktop line. OEMs would save a lot of money in not requiring 2 different specs for different OS's, they could now produce single hardware and sell it with a choice of OS's that the customer wants.


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