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When Cell Phones Become Computers

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Roy Want ; Editor in chief

Atom-powered cell phones are a likely consequence of the current mobile-processor design trends. By integrating a smart phone with a logical frame-buffer architecture and wireless display, they're well positioned to overcome current user interface limitations, and provide mobile users with a full x86 compatible PC experience. On the other hand, check out all the latest reviews of Moorestown, and judge for yourself. Is Atom just another processor family that will support a market for low-end laptops, or is it a game changer for cell phones that will revolutionize how we think about pervasive computing, and make smart phones even smarter?

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IEEE Pervasive Computing  (Volume:8 ,  Issue: 2 )