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At mobile impasse, Intel tips Atom progress

4/11/2011 03:00 PM EDT
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re: At mobile impasse, Intel tips Atom progress
chanj0   4/11/2011 3:38:40 PM
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The less power it consumes; the better chance Atom will penetrate into the next generation computer market. Supporting of larger screen netbook and growing MeeGo are all good news. The question is whether netbook market will continue to sustain. Or, a lighter, reasonably powerful laptop is a better market for Cedar Trail. Samung used a diversify strategy to penetrate cell phone market; building cell phone using all OSs available. Shall Intel make a reference design using Honeycomb as OS because of the momentum of Android? Who would be a good partner as a co-developer of MeeGo?

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goafrit   4/11/2011 3:30:41 PM
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Excellent, but they fired the guy that did that. Likely, there could be other reasons he left

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