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Dev Story /*HACK THE CODE*/ was designed by two developers briefed by Intel to create an app in just one month. The idea then emerged to design an app that would also get the community involved.

Intel says Android is not ready for quad-core devices


We recently saw the first ever Android phone with 'Intel Inside' power, and it was launched in India a short time ago. Intel is one of the most famous companies in the world when talking about processors and computer hardware; they are the leaders in the field, and they recently entered the world of smartphones to compete with other companies like Qualcomm, Nvidia, Samsung, Texas Instrument etc.. Every company loves criticizing their competitors (no, we don't, of course!), and Intel also spilled some of the beans about theirs as Mike Bell, GM of Intel’s Mobile and Communications Group, said:

Motorola And Intel Enter Into Strategic Mobile Device Partnership, First Devices Shipping This Summer Or Fall

motintWow - Motorola's Sanjay Jha and Intel just announced that the two companies have entered into a strategic partnership to combine forces to deliver new Medfield-based mobile devices to the US market, with actual devices finalized by this summer, and availability shortly thereafter (subject to carrier approval). This is probably the most exciting thing we've heard all day.

Intel Shows Off Pre-Production Tablet Made By Lenovo

What happens when you mix Lenovo, and Intel’s Medfield chip? You get an Android 4.0 tablet coming in at just 8.9mm. This tablet was able to become so thing because of the 32nm manufacturing process of Intel’s chip.


Intel partners with LG, Intel-powered phones coming in March

intelgIntel is finally going to start mass producing chips for the mobile phone market. The chips are set to be out in some LG phones in March of 2012 at the earliest.

Intel demos Android devices on eve of CES 2012

Intel has begun showing off reference models of phones and tablets ahead of the annual event.


Ask someone to name a microprocessor back in the late 90's and early 2000's and you'd likely hear Intel and then maybe AMD. Jump ahead a decade and now the names that roll off of tongues are Qualcomm, NVIDIA, and Texas Instruments. Why? Simply put, we're more mobile today than ever before and Intel just hasn't figured into the smartphone game. Until now.

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