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re: Qualcomm, Broadcom climb in chip company ranking
ughhhh   12/18/2012 9:41:13 PM
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Was it too much effort to retype the table? You techies should know that JPEG compression is not very good on text images. Next time use PNG, gives sharp text.

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re: Qualcomm, Broadcom climb in chip company ranking
Comfortable   12/18/2012 12:02:19 AM
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If one drops Intel revenue from the top ten, the top ten only represent half of the industry. This is unique to semiconductors. It is a testament to the broad creativity across many companies that is not easily consolidated inside two or three companies like so many other industries.



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