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Jasonjohn
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Jasonjohn   7/21/2015 3:40:05 PM
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Would definitely have to agree here as it makes the most sense. However with the internet of things on the horizon, we will see computers integrate with many of our everday objects, such as clothng, furniture and more. This should further boost ARM and Intel's valuations if they can keep up with demand and technological innovations. 

 

 

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Nic Cohen   7/30/2012 6:41:09 AM
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How interesting! How does that work exactly? Regards Nic www.kdweb.co.uk

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Nic Cohen   7/30/2012 6:38:14 AM
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I quite agree! Sir Nic - www.kdweb.co.uk

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JON-design   2/27/2012 5:55:09 AM
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I agree with someEmbeddedGuy, but not for the same reasons. An Intel buyout is a longshot because ARM is on the upswing, and they will ride this wave of success to the peak if they are smart. Buyouts happen when business starts to wane or at moments between successes not during them. Jon - http://www.evosite.co.uk/

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Duane Benson   2/21/2012 4:37:22 PM
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The MicroMan has a very good point - to an extent. The typical consumer really doesn't care what processor is under the hood. They just want it to work and keep working. To many consumers, there isn't "Word", "Excel" and other applications. They just use Windows. To A large segment of the PC using public, all of these names and terms have no more meaning than does "Turbo Encabulator." To counter that is the brand. People but Pepsi or Coke because they are loyal to the brand. Not because they have an understanding of the ingredients. When you look at a diet soda, people do understand the benefit there. Thus if Linux/Android/ARM noteboook makes can demonstrate a clear technological advantage, they can sell against Intel with that. If not, then they will have to spend gobs of money to create meaning in their brand with the consuming public.

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JON-design   2/21/2012 8:20:20 AM
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It is interesting how the industry works. A normal consumer would not be thinking about all these things going on in the background when he shops for a phone or device, but the war to stay afloat and ahead of competitors is very real and one wrong step could lead to a company having a monopoly in controlling the prices and supply.

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ibinger   9/16/2010 2:55:38 AM
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ibinger   9/16/2010 2:55:18 AM
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While we are not trying to replicate in these filters, [url=http://www.google.com/]google[/url] the FSE topology allows equalization beyond the Nyquist frequency of half the symbol rate, hardening the system to aliasing effects.

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The MicroMan   10/22/2009 2:00:26 AM
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There is a Dallas, Texas. Nobody would argue whether it was also in the United States. Why the beef about Cambridge? An acquisition of ARM by Intel would be a disaster. ARM is an IP licensor(er?). Intel punches out expensive chips. Intel ejected its hand in ARM when it sold off (most of) its interest in XScale. True, Intel would like to eliminate its competition. Consumers don't give a darn what operating system is in their electronic gear. What's running your set-top box? If it works, and it is easy to figure out, people will buy. Nobody would miss a bloated bag of software that crashes. Or they're used to it enough on one platform that they'll accept it from another. And if it sells for $200 rather than $300, they'll buy even more.

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Louie M   10/20/2009 6:22:29 AM
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As a blogger you should be looking at Google Trends to see what the latest trends are going to be. Google Trends has always been useful to everyone. Google Trends is sometimes a wonderful metric for finding out just how illiterate our citizens are, and showcasing the lack of intelligence on their part ? recently, one of the top searches on Google Trends was for the word austere. If you had to look up austere, go get some payday loans for a dictionary ? and then either drop it on your head, or get a lawyer and sue your school district, because you didn't get your money's worth!

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