Intel has designed a new type of chip for mobile devices in an attempt to become a bigger player in that market. The company, which is based in Santa Clara, Calif., also is counting on a revival in the PC market as Microsoft Corp.'s recently released overhaul of Windows spawns more devices that can work both as traditional laptops and touch-based tablets. Most of those hybrid machines are relying on Intel's chips.
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