Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 27th Sep 2009 20:47 UTC
Apple When Intel unveiled its Light Peak optical interconnect (video) at IDF earlier this week, many noticed that the demonstration computer used to show the new technology was in fact a hackintosh. Well, thanks to Engadget we now know why: Apple is very, very involved in the conception of Light Peak. Let's take this opportunity to look at some of Apple's other connection standards from the past.
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RE: Wrong
by Buck on Mon 28th Sep 2009 11:15 UTC in reply to "Wrong"
Buck
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2005-06-29

Spot on trolling.

Even with a workforce of a billion of engineers if your company doesn't have a true visionary then nothing exciting is going to happen. Intel would probably be happy with USB 3.0 and won't put resources into any technology with an uncertain future, they've been bitten by Rambus and Itanium.

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