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Why does ARM processors dominate Mobile platforms while x86 dominates Desktop/Server platforms
Almost all of the mobile phones, except the ones being produced by Intel, use ARM based processors while desktop/server industry is dominated x86 processors. What features does one provide over the ...
Mar 22 '12 at 23:26
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