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January 31, 2013
A model poses with an Acer Liquid C1 smartphone equipped with Intel Inside chips during a news conference...
Bangkok, Thailand
A model poses with an Acer Liquid C1 smartphone equipped with Intel Inside chips during a news conference...
A model poses with an Acer Liquid C1 smartphone equipped with Intel Inside chips during a news conference in BangkokJanuary 31, 2013. Intel Corp, the world's biggest chipmaker, opened a new front on Thursday in a long and stuttering campaign to get its processors into mobile phones, although it appears to still have a long way to go. It joined PC maker Acer Inc in Bangkok to unveil the Liquid C1 smartphone, a $330 device running Google Inc’s Android operating system, which will be launched first in Thailand and then rolled out across Southeast Asia, one of the fastest-growing markets for mobile phones. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
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