In an exclusive interview with VentureBeat today, it became clear that Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) has no intention of getting further left afield by its competition when it comes to the every growing mobile markets that drive today’s computing world.
Bluestacks, if you are unaware, offers a beta version emulator that allows for the use of Android applications on both Mac and PC while Intel Capital, in its 21st year of operation, has invested over $10 billion in more than 1,200 companies in order to extend computing technologies to reach people all over the world.
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Neither Google nor Apple has done the work that Blue Stacks has with its “Layer Cake” in an effort to bridge the gap between mobile and desktop computing.
“Intel has an extremely powerful PC ecosystem, and they are looking to move into mobile in a big way,” said John Gargiulo, the vice president of marketing and business development at Bluestacks in an interview with VentureBeat. “There are more and more Intel chips on Android phones, so I think the alignment is clear.”