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IBM and HP below average? Good to know.
This is true if you credit Intel for creating the Athlon, Athlon 64 (first 64-bit desktop CPU), and Athlon X2 (first dual-core desktop CPU), and forget the Itanium FIASCO. Hopefully, Intel learned the lesson once and for all.
I'm surprised how well Apple has done with its chip designs. Things are evolving very fast on the ARM side of the CPU market, especially with Apple taping out a new A-series processor every 12-months. Meanwhile, Intel is still following tick-tock with x86, and occasionally dragging their feet on delivering new processors.
Phil Schiller came up with the click wheel idea in the iPod.
They should just buy Apple and be done with it. Apple is doomed anyway.
This is exactly what they need to turn their tired, sagging Galaxy line around. Said no one, ever.
It's a "breaking" research note from Ming. You gotta remember that AI holds Ming in unusually high regard.
"Well-connected" means well connected to AppleInsider's inbox. Getting a press release from Ming touting his latest "research note" is like Christmas. Factual or not, it's sure to get an article. Or so I've noticed. Why not just let Ming post articles directly? Wouldn't that be simpler?
Go on a public relations campaign to claim it is not cornered.
The average consumer doesn't want to debug device drivers. It's why the year of the Linux desktop never arrives, regardless of what the inhabitants of Slashdot think.
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