Remember, from unofficial sources, we learned that Apple would be eyeing AMD (Intel's direct competitor) to equip its current offer integrating processors Intel. This possible snub would he have pushed the famous chip maker to deepen its relations with Google? This is what one might think since Intel has just announced, during the IDF 2010, which he planned to make his x86 processors (netbook, smartphone, etc.) compatible with the Android mobile OS. This new strategy operated by Intel will allow, on the one hand, many manufacturers to integrate Google's mobile OS into their ultra-transportable devices and, on the other hand, to compete directly with the processors. ARM currently used by the majority of devices integrating Android.
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