Rumor Mill: Intel, RIM ink chip deal

According to reports, Research in Motion (RIM) has agreed to supply proprietary battery-saving technology to Intel for use in Intel's chipsets. In return, Intel has agreed to supply RIM with chips for use in unspecified products. According to insiders, both companies this week will announce the deal at the Intel Developer Forum. According to some rumors, the deal could generate as much as $500 million in annual royalty payments for RIM. No more details about the story are currently available.

For more on the Intel, RIM rumor:
- read this article from the Globe and Mail

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