On Wednesday, Chinese high-tech giant Lenovo, in partnership with China Mobile, unveiled the OPhone, which they expect will compete with Apple's very popular iPhone.
Huang Xiaoqing, president of China Mobile's Institute of Research, said at a ceremony: "We hope OPhone will take at least 50 percent of China's smartphone market in three to five years.
Going by the summary of Intel's appeal filed with the European Court of Justice in July, after being levied a record $1.45 billion fine in May, the chip giant has argued that the European Commission (EC) messed up the antitrust lawsuit, in which the company was accused of exploiting its leading market position in the personal-computer chip market.
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