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That is what I said in my above post after I edited it.
While I agree that they will move to Multi-touch in the future, I don't think it will be with OS X. Using Multi-touch is a completely different UI than what is used in OS X. I think that the full support and capability will be included in OS XI. They may include a "Preview" version in later versions of OS X, but the main support will be in OS XI. edit: What I mean by a completely different UI is that OS X is designed around Mouse and Keyboard. While there is some...
Actually, Microsoft does have a developers license for ARM. I don't have the specific type or article on it in front of me. However, they type of license is in addition to the architecture itself, (ARMv7, ARMv8 et al), it also includes the ability to do custom designs for their specific applications. It is considered likely that they are using it in the next Xbox.
I found this article over at Ars Technica. While they mention in the article, that there are still many things that need to be found, including whether it is even commercial-able, I thought it was interesting and am interested in what you all think of the possibilities for this is. http://arstechnica.com/science/2012/10/the-fast-and-the-flexible-graphene-foam-batteries-charge-quickly/
  Actually Amazon already offers this with it's Amazon Video on Demand service.
One other aspect to all of this is the FCC proposing replacing CableCard with a thing called AllVid.  AllVid would be for all Pay-TV and could conceivably use an ATV on the actual TV interface to interact with the content, with the TV being a "dumb screen".   For more on AllVid: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AllVid
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