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Can Intel pull of the new mobile platform?

Posted on Thursday, September 08 2005 @ 02:10:07 CEST by


At the recently concluded Intel Developer Forum (IDF), Intel made a number of surprising announcements. It was largely speculated that Intel will play catch up with AMD in the 64-bit and dual-core market, but Intel took an entirely different approach. Not only did it refuse to give much importance to dual-core and 64-bit initially, news reports later suggested that Yonah – Intel’s next generation mobile computing platform – will neither be dual-core nor 64-bit, at least not in its first iteration. Read on over at CoolTechZone.



 



 

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