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Nvidia to attack CPU market with ARM

1/6/2011 12:44 PM EST
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re: Nvidia to attack CPU market with ARM
SallyF   1/6/2011 3:50:44 PM
Poorly written attack piece on Nvidia. Instead of claiming Nvidia is attacking a market or making a full frontal attack on Intel, how about describing them rescuing a market from the Intel monopoly? How about instead of calling them a supplier you call them an innovator, designer, creator, and developer? The wording of the article and title are slanted against Nvidia. Since Google Chrome will run on ARM, your disjointed reference to Microsoft is misplaced. If Nvidia claimed they are developing an ARM processor specifically for Microsoft's vaporware, rather than Chrome, perhaps you should quote the reference.

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