If you'll excuse me for being pedantic, repeating the same error over and over doesn't make it right :-)
Even if 'cash' and 'cache' are homophones where you come from, their etymology is completely different.
Some engineer in the past took the trouble to pick _exactly_ the right word for the job. That engineer may even have worked at Intel...
Well to have an idea how well Medfield would do in the market there needs to be some meaningful benchmarking.
According to reports, a tablet based on Medfield should do well at something called CaffeineMark, and outperform Tegra 2, Snapdragon MSM8260 and Samsung Exynos.
When it comes to stock values, the objective truth does not matter while perception is everything. So what is your perception of whether Intel's CES showing will hurt Qualcomm and others?
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