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Sep 3: Death of PC greatly exaggerated

Pt 3: Chipmaker Intel's chief executive, Paul Otellini, says personal computing is not dying, just changing to embrace handset technologies and new lifestyles. He says as chief executive of the world's leading chipmaker he doesn't want to be the one who ends "Moores' Law" which has observed a doubling every two years of the capacity of microchips since their invention in 1958. Presenter: Richard Milne, European business correspondent. Producer: Josh de la Mare. Cameras: Steve Ager & Gregory Bobillot