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Intel Pushes Deeper into Software

Intel has had its eyes on the software market for a while, and it took another step toward becoming a real software vendor this week with the introduction of a new version of its Moblin operating system.

Linux-based Moblin could end up all over the place, from smartphones to netbooks. So, that's more competition (potentially) for Windows -- this time from the company that helped build the Microsoft empire (while also building its own).

Posted by Lee Pender on September 24, 2009 at 11:55 AM


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