At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Microsoft Corp. isn’t saying anything that wasn’t said at its Build conference, but Intel is announcing a major initiative to challenge the ARM-based dominance in the mobile world. Info-Tech Research Group Ltd.’s Mark Tauschek tells ComputerWorld Canada staff writer JD Speedy all about it from the floor at CES 2012.
 
 


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