Intel Breaks Into the Mobile Market
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- Intel (NAS: INTC) showed Consumer Electronics Show attendees deals for new smartphones from Motorola Mobility (NYS: MMI) and Lenovo that will have Intel chips. However, Intel still faces tough competition from Qualcomm (NAS: QCOM) , which currently commands the mobile chip market.
- Google (NAS: GOOG) was put on the defensive recently when Twitter criticized the search giant's decision to integrate its social-networking site with its leading search engine.
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