Intel's serious push into cellphones began in late 2011 at its Developers Forum, where Google's Andy Rubin took to the stage to announce that all future versions of the Android operating system would include support for Intel's architecture. Since then, the company has seen handsets from Lenovo, Orange, and Lava all launch with the Atom-based Medfield processor. It's also partnered with Motorola for a multi-device, multi-year deal, and the new Silvermont architecture is on the way. You can follow all the news from Intel's big push into mobile right here.