Sunday, June 28, 2009

Mobile: Intel has signed a wide-ranging agreement to develop new chip architectures and software

[ame] Intel and Nokia have announced a wide-ranging agreement under which the two firms will focus on developing new chip architectures and software, and a new class of Intel-based mobile computing devices. It also covers mobile applications and wireless Internet access 'in a user-friendly pocketable form factor.' The chipmaker's strategy now is to shrink its global-standard x86 PC chip architecture to the point where it can run efficiently in smartphones.

Intel, Nokia sign mobile pact

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