Intel has used Mobile World Congress as the launchpad for new chips for use in smartphones and tablets.
Although Toshiba has made various types of 'tablet' computer for years, it has finally release a pure 'slate' version of a Windows 7 tablet, and as you'd expect, it's ready for Windows 8, with the only question being how powerful it is given it's powered by an Atom processor.
Intel is looking for a bigger share of the smartphone market, announcing deals with Orange, Lava, and ZTE, as well as new chips for smartphones.
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