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Submission + - Intel Pushes Into Tablet Market, Pushes Away From Microsoft (itworld.com)

jfruh writes: The Wintel cartel appears to be well and truly dead, as Intel chases after ARM with grim determination into the rapidly growing world of Android tablets. "Our mix of OSes reflects pretty much what you see in the marketplace," the company's CEO said, a nice way of saying they see more potential growth from white-box Chinese tablet makers than from Microsoft Surface. Intel managed to ship 5 million tablet chips in the first quarter of the year, although plunging PC sales meant that company profit overall was still down.
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Intel Pushes Into Tablet Market, Pushes Away From Microsoft

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