The micro-processor company is staking a good part of its future in intelligent automotive technology.

Intel invests $100 million to develop connected cars.

By next year the car will be the third most-connected place users spent time, the firm’s Staci Palmer said. “And by 2016,” she claimed, “how connected a car is will be a critical buying decision.”  Telegraph

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