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Intel's Future Is in the Palm of Your Hands

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January 9, 2014
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Intel showed off its latest foray into the 21st century, as the worlds largest semiconductor company begins to focus on more than just chips. Vice President Mike Bell talks about new earbuds, wireless charging and so much more.


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