Intel is building up traction for its first dual-core mobile processor. Codenamed “Yonah”, the chip is scheduled to hit the market in the first quarter of next year. No big surprise that Mooly Eden spent time once again to explain the benefits of the processor – ranging from performance to battery saving features.
Eden however surprised with one of the first public demonstrations of Intel’s AMT. So far we had heard about this feature just in presentations and saw screenshots. This time, Intel showed a live system in action.