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The world’s largest chip maker wants to see a new kind of economy bloom around personal data.
Slumping PC sales and a changing server market are maiming Intel. But its plan to sell services for the home’s biggest screen is a long shot.
Smartphones, tablets, and wireless data plans are already a trillion-dollar business. It’s just the beginning.
With more power-efficient designs, and cutting edge manufacturing, the chipmaker is poised to surpass ARM for the first time.
The approach could help keep laptops relevant—if intuitive applications can be found.
The world’s largest chipmaker is counting on its U.S.-based manufacturing to earn it a toehold in the market for mobile processors.
Intel announces a “value” smartphone chip designed to power millions of low-cost mobile devices.
Loongson is making steady progress toward a viable microprocessor, but its chosen architecture could keep it from supplanting its rivals.