ATLANTA -- At a show that in the past was dominated by console games like those made by Nintendo, Sony and Sega, software for personal computers was a major presence at the Electronic Entertainment Expo held here earlier this month. Both Microsoft Corp., Redmond, Wash., and Intel Corp., Santa Clara, Calif., had large exhibits, and Intel's was the first-ever by a computer hardware manufacturer at the three-year-old E3 show. Andrew Grove, Intel president and chief executive officer, ...
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