Intel outsourcing some Atom manufacturing to TSMC

Mar 02, 2009 By JORDAN ROBERTSON , AP Technology Writer

(AP) -- Intel Corp. is handing over the secrets of its Atom processor to an Asian manufacturer in a gambit to sell more of the tiny chips that go into smart phones, set-top boxes and other small electronics.



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