Intel is the dominant chip manufacturer for PCs and its smaller competitor AMD has always had a hard time getting PC vendors to use AMD chips.
Mercury News writes Advanced Micro Devices is expected to announce today that it has cracked Intel’s hold on the corporate laptop microprocessor market by selling chips to Hewlett-Packard for use in a new business notebook computer. Full article
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