Intel Tries to Find a Foothold Beyond PCs

Quentin Hardy of The New York Times aptly summarizes Intel’s problem:

PC sales are now collapsing, as users are relying more on mobile phones and tablets that rarely contain Intel chips.

There’s one problem with the article, though: ARM isn’t mentioned, not even once. How any reputable publication — let alone The New York Times — published an article about Intel’s dilemma without mentioning ARM is truly beyond my comprehension.

Intel Tries To Find A Foothold Beyond PCs