October 24, 2013
HILLSBORO, Ore. (AP) — In a windowless lab at its Hillsboro campus, Intel scientists are brewing foul air so they can study the effects of air pollution on the innards of computers — a step toward figuring out how to protect electronics in markets such as India and China that have big pollution problems and the potential for big sales growth.
So far, the scientists tell The Oregonian (http://bit.ly/1c9DRbo), there have been no breakthroughs as they load test tubes of pressurized hydrogen sulfide, sulfur dioxide and chlorine and calibrate their effects on electronics.
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