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Paul Otellini

Intel CEO Paul Otellini holds an Android phone during his keynote address at the Intel Developers Forum in San Francisco, California September 13, 2011.

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Intel working with Google to support Android on smartphones and tablets
Intel lost the mobile market to ARM processors, the choice for mobile operating systems. Various Intel efforts to increase mobile use of their Atom processor (the netbook CPU) have not succeeded. So now Intel is working directly with Google to power Android tablets and smartphones. Read more

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