Mar 02, 2016

Intel's Android smartphone prototype is also a Linux desktop PC - Liliputing

Intel is showing off a smartphone prototype that can also power a desktop PC experience. No, it's not running Windows 10 Mobile and using Continuum for phone software. Instead, this is a low-power phone with an Intel Atom x3 processor and two operating systems: Android and a custom version of Debian Linux. Hold it like a phone and you can run Android apps. Plug it into an external display with...

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