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pelle
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re: Apple mulls switch away from Intel chips
pelle   11/6/2012 10:53:59 AM
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Im sure the guys at PA is really brilliant and many of them would probably work their ass of to beat intel at their home turf. But not only do they have to design an architecture (ARM based?) that is better than what intel has shown us today, they also need to beat whatever intel has been up to the last few years while loitering ahead of AMDs floundering attempts to catch up. Also whatever they cook up has to beat intels node advantage, no small thing in it self. And they need to do this without stepping on any intel patents. That is a tall order, even with Intrinsitys secret sauce.

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wsw1982   11/6/2012 8:05:26 AM
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LoL, Does it mean till 2017 MacBook gonna become MAC.the netbook?

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help.fulguy   11/6/2012 8:02:50 AM
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Hey Dylan, Thanks for leaving the key word: 2017. If you are going to copy an article or refer an article, at least understand the gist of it, before throwing it up all over here. You and Rick make a nice pair. Not fit to be a reporter let alone a Tech one.

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danny1024   11/6/2012 6:58:40 AM
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I know Nvidia is continuing work on Project Denver as an R&D effort but many of the key technical folks jumped ship for Intel, Apple and Google over a year ago.

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rick merritt   11/6/2012 6:01:50 AM
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Ever sense that report from the Apple reorg about their "ambitious" semiconductor plans, I've been wondering what that meant. This is a reasoned take on it. I am wondering if Nvidia might have some role in this play, too. Project Denver, where are yooooouuuu?

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