The forthcoming 'Pine Trail' Atom chips will deliver smaller, thinner, lighter netbooks with longer battery life, Intel has promised. And desktop PC chipset changes will take HD video into the mainstream.

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Number two microprocessor player AMD is gleefully digging the knife into its much larger rival Intel over the US$1.45 billion fine imposed by the European Commission for antitrust activities. AMD, which has never had much higher than 20% market share is playing the EC ruling for all its worth, stating every single case where Intel is said to have abused its dominant market position.

Published in Beerfiles
Chip heavyweight Intel has announced a new line-up of its low power Atom processors specifically designed for in-car devices as well as Internet phones. The move comes as widespread processor usage spreads out of compute specific environment to Internet edge devices.

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