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Has Intel finally broken into the cell phone market? June 23, 2009

Posted by andre in Mobile & Gadgets.
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nokiaIntel has reportedly struck a deal with Nokia whereby the phone maker will use Intel’s Atom processors in cell phones, according to Bloomberg. […]

If it’s true, it’s a big deal. The world’s biggest chip maker has
been trying for years to break into the cell phone processor market.
While it rules computer chips, Intel hasn’t had much luck with cell
phones. It tried before with the StrongArm chips that it acquired from
Digital Equipment. […]

via Has Intel finally broken into the cell phone market? | VentureBeat

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