Intel's new Atom chips will have twice the computing power and three times the graphics of last year's model.
Intel shows progress in the strategically important mobile chips market.
The world's biggest chip maker signals what it will talk about at CES next week
Intel has been the underdog in mobile phone chips for the past decade, but it’s finally making its move. The company is announcing today that mobile network operator Orange will use Intel’s chips in a new exclusive smartphone for customers …