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posted in February 2012

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Comment: re: Intel, AMD pull out of WSTS - 2/29/2012
Commentary:Why it’s wrong for Intel and AMD to abandon WSTS
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2/29/2012   1 comment
Intel deserves censure for its wrongheaded, short-sighted and arrogant desertion of WSTS – for two reasons: “disclosure” and “bargaining power.”
Comment: re: Intel, AMD pull out of WSTS - 2/29/2012
Why it’s wrong for Intel, AMD to abandon WSTS
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2/29/2012   12 comments
Intel deserves censure for its wrongheaded, short-sighted and arrogant desertion of WSTS – for two reasons: “disclosure” and “bargaining power.”
Comment: re: Intel, AMD pull out of WSTS - 2/29/2012
CEVA launches new low-power DSP cores for the broadest comms standards
News & Analysis  
2/20/2012   4 comments
CEVA is launching a family of new low-power DSP cores, which come in six different processors designed to support a wide range of cellular, connectivity, broadcast and wired communication standards.
Two-faced Facebook takes 'social' out of social networks
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2/10/2012   46 comments
Facebook, having neglected to acknowledge your fake account report in the first place, goes into your actual Facebook page and deletes the warning message that you posted to alert your friends that you’ve been hacked.
Japan Inc. faces choppy seas
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2/7/2012   22 comments
The blueprint for proposed merger/joint venture plan has fingerprints of Japan’s bureaucrats at Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (MEITI) all over it. Practically speaking, such business engineering makes little sense.
Comment: re: Google poaches Apple exec - 2/7/2012


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