Linked by David Adams on Tue 27th Jul 2010 07:44 UTC
Intel An interesting article at Ars Technica takes a look at some compelling data (the longer-than-normal processor update cycles in Apple's personal computer lineup) and speculates that Apple's enthusiasm for its partnership with Intel might be cooling. Like Apple's soured relationship with once-BFF Google, this may be the result of Intel's increasing activities in the mobile computing space.
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RE: Comment by neticspace
by vivainio on Wed 28th Jul 2010 18:30 UTC in reply to "Comment by neticspace"
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2. Apple would make its own programming languages like Microsoft and Google.

Way ahead of you. Objective C is essentially Apple-only language these days (nobody else uses it).

I know I sound crazy right now. So does Apple. Maybe crazy people don't understand crazy things, I suppose.

I don't know where these people that think Apple are "crazy" are. Certainly stock market isn't thinking that way, and they would probably be the first to take note of insane behavior.

People that think Apple are crazy should get their own head checked.

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RE[2]: Comment by neticspace
by bryanv on Wed 28th Jul 2010 20:37 in reply to "RE: Comment by neticspace"
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You have way too much trust in the stock market.

Where was the market four years ago at the height of the real estate / mortgage bundle?

Heavily invested in sub-par mortgage backed securities.

Right, because that's not crazy.

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