Ken Kaplan, Intel iQ Managing Editor

Intel Moorestown Smartphones at CES

Intel Moorestown technology is coming soon to smartphones, tablets and mobile Internet devcies.
[Moorestown](http://www.intel.com/pressroom/archive/reference/Moorestown_backgrounder.pdf) is a small computer platform based on the [Intel Atom](http://www.intel.com/technology/atom/) processor.
At the Consumer Electroncs Show, I got to catch up with Pankaj Kedia of Intel’s Ultra Mobility Group. He showed me the new [LG smartphone](http://www.ubergizmo.com/15/archives/2010/01/real_atom-powered_phones_first_pictures.html) built on Moorestown technology, allowing it to run three programs simultaneously, including a very high quality movie clip.
He also showed me the smallest Moorestown-based smartphone to date, and it is running the new [Moblin](http://moblin.org/) operating system that is sleek, simple and appealing for people like who like to organize contacts, and quickly access my social media and networking sites and applications.

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