Intel is moving closer to the mobile-device market with the debut of test models of its tablets and smartphones, which are expected to be formally announced for market next year. The so-called "reference designs" run on Google's Android "Gingerbread" operating system and are powered by Intel's Atom system-on-a-chip processor, known as "Medfield," according to this article.
Intel unveils prototypes of "Medfield"-powered mobile devices
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