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    Analysis - COMPUTEX 2009: the year of the low power chip

    ARM and its partners are making a big noise this year and Intel can?t be too happy about it.
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    Re: Analysis - COMPUTEX 2009: the year of the low power chip

    Strictly speaking, ARM isn't a new threat to Intel. It's more like Intel is trying to be a new threat to ARM. Ever since Intel sold off their ARM division, they've been fruitlessly trying to play catch up in the Phone market.
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