Intel says yes to $200 android notebooks

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According to Intel CEO Paul Otellini, notebooks are soon going to be hitting the $200 mark. The catch? They’ll be running Android instead of Windows. Dadi Perlmutter, executive VP and chief product officer for Intel, says notebooks at the bottom end of the notebook pricing spectrum will ...

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Element Case GS3 Atom review

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Element Case is widely known for making ruggedized accessories, and the Atom is no different. I had the chance to review this Galaxy S3 case, and I was duly impressed. The Atom’s main body is made of TPU material, but there are two distinct features that really set the Atom apart from ...

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ZTE intros Intel-powered Geek

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ZTE today introduced its latest Android smartphone, the Intel-powered GEEK, however there’s nary a release date or detail about market availability. Running Android Jelly Bean, the ZTE GEEK features a 5-inch 720p HD display, 8GB internal storage, 1GB RAM, an 8-megapixel camera, and ...

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Intel Set to Go Android in Q3 2011

It seems that Intel is in talks with some big players in the PC world ramping up to get into the Android game. PC makers like Asus and many others have already begun working on Android tablets. But earlier this week, an Intel exec confirmed that its newest version of Atom–previously ...

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Intel Wants ‘Android x86’ for Netbooks and Tablets This Summer

Intel is hard at work, prepping an “Android x86″version of Android 2.2 designed for tablets and netbooks.  As we’ve mentioned here a couple of times, Android was initially designed for ARM processors.  Intel has been gradually getting more involved with the platform, most ...

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Intel Atom Processor Supports Android, Runs up to 1.5 GHz

The race is on for faster, more capable processors in your smart phone. Intel’s new Atom (Moorestown) processors are out and they’re pushing the envelope forward. The new chips can run in speeds up to 1.5GHz for smartphones and up to 1.9GHz for tablets. Compatible with Android, ...

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Intel Ports Android to Atom-Based Smart Phones

After dominating the desktop market for years, Intel recognizes they have a long road ahead of them in terms of smart phones.  Android, as a platform, was initially designed to run on handsets powered by processors made with Arm technology.  Because of this, Arm has been enjoying a 98% mobile ...

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