Intel to Start Building Dual Android and Windows Powered Devices

windroidAt the 2014 International CES tech conference in Las Vegas, chip maker Intel released some monumental news to the computer world. The CEO of Intel, Brian Krzanich, announced the company will start to manufacture dual operating system computers that offer the best of both geek worlds powered by Google’s Android operating system and Microsoft’s Windows!

This is great news for Android fans who are piling up fast as we just reported Android devices will surpass 1 billion users in 2014. However, most of these users are on mobile and not on a PC like Chromebook, a market which Google has had trouble gaining ground in until now. This news should also turn heads at Microsoft, which just lost the exclusivity of being the only OS on Intel machines. This could have serious ramifications as the OS continues to lose market share worldwide.

Featured Image – CES 2014 Intel Keynote by Dean Takahashi
via The Verge

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