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PicoWeb

PicoWeb is a fast, feature rich and free HTML Web browser for any Java (J2ME, MIDP 2.0) or Symbian cellphone. Supporting hyperlinks,...

November 15, 2012 By PicoWireless

Intel steps up its Atom mobile push

Intel still has a rough road competing with the likes of Qualcomm and ARM. A clearer picture of Intel's mobile success will emerge beginning at the end of the year.

February 25, 2013

AMD announces Hondo processor for Windows 8 tablets

Windows 8 gives the x86 competition a fresh shot at the mobile market. With that mind, AMD announced a new Z-Series processor for Windows 8 tablets and hybrids. It will compete with Intel's recently-announced Atom Z2760 along with ARM-based tablets running Windows RT.

October 9, 2012

Intel digs deeper into mobile plans

The chipmaker has signed partnerships with mobile device makers ZTE and Lava, as well as payment giant Visa, and has offered a glimpse of its plans for new high- and low-end mobile processors

February 28, 2012 by

Orange bets on Intel Atom-powered 'Santa Clara'

Orange has revealed an Intel Atom-powered smartphone with a 4-inch display which the company promises will arrive with an "affordable" price tag in the summer.The device, codenamed Santa Clara, was officially announced on Monday at Mobile World Congress 2012 (MWC).

February 26, 2012 by

Vodafone and Intel try to 'spur' new wave of M2M

Vodafone and Intel are to co-develop an Atom-based kit for companies that want to embed machine-to-machine functionality in their products.The companies announced the partnership on Tuesday, the second day of Mobile World Congress, saying in a statement that they intended the M2M Smart Services Developer Kit to "spur a new wave of innovation in the global M2M sector".

February 15, 2011 by

Intel Atom Developer's Program beta SDK now available

I have a MSI Wind loaded up with Windows 7 Ultimate and find it to be a very good mobile solution that gives me good battery life and is easy to carry in my bag. I may actually sell it soon and pick up a Nokia Booklet 3G, especially after reading Michael's four reasons to buy one. There have been arguments for and against the netbook idea, but it is hard to argue that they are not successful with forecasts predicting more than 50 million Intel-based units may be sold by the end of this year. Intel recognizes the netbooks are here to stay and to foster that adoption they announced that developers can submit applications created with the help of the Intel Atom Developer's Program SDK.

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