Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 14th Feb 2006 00:14 UTC, submitted by aaronb
Intel "We set out on investigating this issue immediately after it was discovered, but soon found out that it was a lot more complicated than we thought upon first glance. We've spent almost the past two weeks performing non-stop battery life testing on five notebooks with up to 4 different USB devices, testing theories, trying to pinpoint exactly what causes this problem and testing Microsoft's fix. What follows is the process that we went through in our labs when faced with this strange bug."
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RE[3]: haha
by nzjrs on Tue 14th Feb 2006 12:46 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: haha"
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I agree, its sad that as soon as the fanboys get involved, apple articles always turn into a love/hate/flame fest and tend to obscure issues like TPM, DRM, fair use, and freedom in general.

If the world is to wake up to the freedom that is being stolen from them by comperate america then even the fanboys have to open their eyes.

note: I am not trying to steer this discussion to a DRM flame war, i am just particuarly sad about the future at the moment!

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