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LG first to tap Intel's 'Moorestown' chip for smartphone

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.

By February 15, 2009

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Intel Z6xx smart-phone processor prototypes: Moorestown massacre

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

3 Images By May 4, 2010

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Qualcomm vs. Intel: You decide

Qualcomm has a chip called Snapdragon. Intel has Atom and Moorestown.

By June 29, 2008

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Make room, iPad: AT&T to sell Intel-based tablet too

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.

By March 25, 2010

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Multitasking: Intel does, iPad doesn't

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?

By January 30, 2010

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LG GW990: Notoriously big

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

By January 11, 2010

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Intel looks beyond WiMax, readies Core i7 chip

The chipmaker is adding HSPA support to its upcoming "Moorestown" smartphone platform. Plus: More details on Nehalem.

By October 20, 2008

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Intel says it has 'first silicon' for next mobile chip

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.

By August 20, 2008

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Photos: Intel forum in review--from Atom to Tolapai

From the UrbanMax concept PC design to the Moorestown and Nehalem processors, there was a lot to take in at this year's IDF.

By August 24, 2008

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Intel shows smallest PC motherboard at IDF

The Moorestown motherboard will likely be the main launching pad for Intel into the mobile phone market--what the chipmaker calls "MID phones."

By April 2, 2008