Intel says smart phones powerful enough to play a 1080p HD movie while you're video conferencing -- and power-smart enough to last 10 days on standby -- are on the way
The successor to Intel's current Atom processor will be part of a collaboration based on Intel's silicon and the Linux Moblin v2.0 software platform.
At CTIA, AT&T announces it will sell a tablet that will run, like the iPad, on its 3G network, but will be powered by Intel's upcoming Moorestown Atom processor.
The LG smartphone based on Intel's upcoming "Moorestown" chip does multitasking, a feature Apple's forthcoming iPad tablet lacks. A leg up for the Intel camp?
You'll need megapockets to hold the new LG GW990 -- a beast of a phone with a huge screen and the first outing for Intel's new, more powerful Moorestown CPU
Intel executive Pankaj Kedia gave a surprisingly in-depth demonstration of an LG phone using Intel's upcoming "Moorestown" Atom chip. The phone is due in the second half of this year.
The chipmaker is adding HSPA support to its upcoming "Moorestown" smartphone platform. Plus: More details on Nehalem.
From the UrbanMax concept PC design to the Moorestown and Nehalem processors, there was a lot to take in at this year's IDF.
Moorestown, due in 2009 or 2010 will be--for Intel--a highly integrated chip, bringing it more in line with silicon designs in the smartphone market.
Qualcomm has a chip called Snapdragon. Intel has Atom and Moorestown.