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Intel SmartPhone Chip To Hit Market In India, Feature 45 Hour Battery Life

The smartphone market is dominated by ARM processors in the same way that desktop computing is dominated by Intel, but now the maker of high performance desktop  chips, wishing to make inroads into the mobile field, has premiered its first commercially available smartphone chip in its new Medfield line. While traditional Intel chips are power hungry beasts, [...] Intel SmartPhone Chip To H
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