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June 3, 2005 | From Times Wire Services
More than two years after introducing its first chip for cellular phone communications, Intel Corp. finally has a customer. The world's largest chip maker said Thursday that O2, a British mobile communications company, would begin selling a music phone that uses Intel's Manitoba chip. The chip, released in February 2003, has been widely considered a failure. David Rogers, an Intel marketing manager, said the Santa Clara, Calif.
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June 3, 2005 | From Times Wire Services
More than two years after introducing its first chip for cellular phone communications, Intel Corp. finally has a customer. The world's largest chip maker said Thursday that O2, a British mobile communications company, would begin selling a music phone that uses Intel's Manitoba chip. The chip, released in February 2003, has been widely considered a failure. David Rogers, an Intel marketing manager, said the Santa Clara, Calif.
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