Intel sees growth potential for cheap, mobile devices

In an interview with Forbes.com, Intel's head of Europe Christian Morales talks about the strong demand in emerging markets for inexpensive mobile Internet devices and how his firm has developed several chips that are energy efficient, high performing and cost effective. He also says that Intel is "neutral" on Symbian but thinks Linux is going to play a major role in cell phones in the near future.  Article

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