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    Default Intel exiting smartphone market?

    http://www.pcworld.com/article/30635...tom-chips.html

    The biggest hardware maker in the world- Intel, is reshaping itself. After cutting off 12000 jobs Intel is probably going to exit smartphone and tablet market for good by ditching Atom architecture.

    Intel spent billions of dollars in smartphone market but didn't make any profits. They released Asus zenfone with atom architectures but in the very competitive smartphone market it didnt end up doing very well. So they decided to focus on 'products that can earn higher returns'.

    Also, even PC platform is not affordable for Intel like before. So they are probably going to focus more on cloud computing

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    "Bash" (not the unix shell this time, it's the bamboo) for Microsoft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swapnil View Post
    "Bash" (not the unix shell this time, it's the bamboo) for Microsoft.
    Are you subtly referring to their Surface Tablets?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    Are you subtly referring to their Surface Tablets?
    The non-pro surfaces and all those cheap dell/hp/acer/asus windows tablets. I'm a bit sad too, because those tablets are much more useful to me than any ipad/android tablet.

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    Oh well AMD is open for the spot, considering they can pull off GPU and CPU together very well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swapnil View Post
    The non-pro surfaces and all those cheap dell/hp/acer/asus windows tablets. I'm a bit sad too, because those tablets are much more useful to me than any ipad/android tablet.
    Dont worry, Braswell is still there. I just bought ASUS E202SA with Braswell N3700 few days ago. Fantastic performance, specially after replacing the HDD with SSD.

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