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8/21/2012 04:01 PM EDT
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Kinnar   8/21/2012 8:03:24 PM
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Its a very strange condition and position of the two giant industries, at one end the fight is going on for patent violations and on the other end one company is fully dependent on the other for the basic needs of hardware.

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Stanley_   8/21/2012 6:56:19 PM
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the fab is only for apple? How the title can be validated?

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mcgrathdylan   8/21/2012 6:54:52 PM
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@GoGoGeek- I believe that is accurate. We are trying to get further details and clarification.

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geekmaster   8/21/2012 5:22:35 PM
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I heard that this is the conversion of the exisiting Flash fab to make all of Austin Logic.

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