Intel and Nokia team up

Intel and Nokia have revealed plans to work together to create the next generation of mobile computing. The move brings Intel closer to a breakthrough in the mobile phone market and the potential adoption of its chips in handsets. Intel’s microprocessors run about 80 per cent of the world’s personal computers but the firm has struggled to enter the mobile market. Nokia executive Kai Oistamo stopped short of saying exactly what they wanted to develop, saying it was a “technology collaboration”.