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Comment: Re: free operating system - eewiz - 10/23/2013
Comment: assumption - eewiz - 9/13/2013
Comment: NFC - eewiz - 9/12/2013
Comment: Non contract price - eewiz - 9/11/2013
Comment: Europe's Future! - eewiz - 9/3/2013
Comment: 6 years is all it took - eewiz - 9/3/2013
Comment: What VCs want - eewiz - 8/27/2013
Comment: totally true. - eewiz - 8/27/2013
Comment: Morris Chang - eewiz - 8/23/2013
Comment: cypress numbers - eewiz - 8/23/2013
Comment: Ambiq micro - eewiz - 8/22/2013
Comment: not surprised - eewiz - 8/22/2013
Comment: interesting application - eewiz - 8/21/2013
Comment: open only in US? - eewiz - 8/20/2013
Comment: samsung fee - eewiz - 8/5/2013
Comment: Re: Apple have to react - eewiz - 7/29/2013
Comment: Re: Apple have to react - eewiz - 7/29/2013
Comment: Re: contrarian analysis - eewiz - 7/29/2013
Comment: Re: Awesome - eewiz - 7/24/2013
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Comment: Re: What's the app? - eewiz - 7/23/2013
Comment: Interesting idea - eewiz - 7/22/2013
Comment: zero sum game - eewiz - 7/18/2013
Comment: Re: Some final thouhgts - eewiz - 7/18/2013
Comment: Japanese companies - eewiz - 7/18/2013
Comment: Latest Rumour - eewiz - 7/15/2013
Comment: simplest solution - eewiz - 7/15/2013
Comment: Mistake by IBM - eewiz - 7/11/2013
Comment: What about power? - eewiz - 7/10/2013
Comment: Re: A matter of trust - eewiz - 7/1/2013
Comment: re: Intel invests in Irish R&D - 5/28/2013

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