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Mobile Arena Still a Struggle for Intel

Mobile Arena Still a Struggle for Intel
Chip-making giant Intel is still struggling to catch up in mobile computing, but says its PC business is performing better than expected and its return to revenue growth this year will continue.
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Barometer of overall industry's health.
Intel Puts $1.5B Toward Future in China
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Postage-stamp size Edison module.
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