Intel launches Atom chipset aimed at tablet market

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Chip giant hopes new processor architecture can disarm ARM in tablet market

Chip giant Intel today launched its new Atom processor platform called Oak Trail at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in Beijing, China. The Oak Trail architecture is formed from the new Intel Ato...

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