By Jon Fortt
October 31, 2007

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) is having a tough time battling Intel (INTC) for market share and profits in the PC business. While chipmaker AMD has forged relationships with market leaders like Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) and Dell (DELL), there are plenty of customers who haven’t embraced the microchip upstart – most obviously, Apple (AAPL).

Fortune’s Jon Fortt sat down with Bob Brewer, AMD corporate vice president for desktops, to talk about the future of desktop PCs in an increasingly mobile world.

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