ARM Holdings is taking the fight to Intel in the battle for domination in mobile computing, with CEO Warren East asserting the chip designer will hold a 40% market share in the sector within a few years. The booming smartphone and tablet market helped ARM increase its fourth-quarter sales by 21%, the company said Tuesday. East also predicted that Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system could compete effectively against Android in the tablet market because of consumers' familiarity with Microsoft software.
ARM chief executive sees 40% mobile-chip share in a few years
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