As it's done for a year and half, Advanced Micro Devices matched Intel price drops by lowering processors to undercut its rival by 25 percent. Meanwhile, Motorola introduced speedier PowerPCs for the Macintosh, while Intel indicated it will move aggressively on the intelligent device market with its low-cost StrongARM line.
AMD keeps its distance
lead story Just has it has done for over a year and half, Advanced Micro Devices has adjusted its processor prices to undercut Intel's by 25 percent.
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