InformationWeek: Tuesday at the Intel Developer Forum, Intel and Google announced a new partnership that will allow mobile devices using Intel's Atom chips to run Google's Android operating system. To stress the point, Intel CEO Paul Otellini showed conference attendees a smartphone that was running Android on an Intel chip.
Most current mobile devices run on ARM-based chips. Intel is hoping its low-power Atom chips will be able to compete for a share of that market.
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