My spin This is a good thing. I can’t say I agree with INTEL’s hard marketing agreements for using the INTEL name, however the technology itself is sure to give a kick in the pants to the mobile tech sector. INTEL’s new chip combines wireless functionality and power saving mobile efficiency features.
SAN JOSE, Calif. – For years, Intel Corp.’s microprocessors for laptop computers differed little from those powering desktop PCs. At their core, the chips were designed for machines plugged into the wall, not juiced by a battery.
That changes this month as the world’s largest semiconductor company ushers a new technology built from the ground up for mobile computing. The result, Intel says, is high performance and wireless capability with slower battery drain. (full story)
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