if wimpy_weaver keeps on singing the praises if INTC? Okay, here's the straight skinny folks: bad hair day for the little, innocent puppy. Here's why. Every time wimpy posts more useless jive about how great INTC is, we're gonna extract an ounce of blood from the lovable, furry, playful little guy. Yep, that's right, wimpy will be responsible for bleeding this adorable little puppy to death one ounce at a time.
marco the super genius : - ))))) The little fellow's name is Chippy, and he's happy, happy, happy......for now. Go ahead wimpy, make this little puppy's day, I dare ya.
Yinz made a mistake -- of INTC, not if INTC. Watch your typing as you type.
all intc longs should immediately sell out of intc and swap for poo poo mu, even Waldo, in for a penny, in for a pound as they say
“Financial markets are vulnerable,” said Stewart Richardson, chief investment officer at RMG Wealth Management in London. “With economic conditions not improving, and in our view probably deteriorating next year, the volatility and stress seen in the last two weeks will happen again, and likely even be worse.”
That's better. It shows you have common human decency and are not afraid to engage in a contentious argument head on. That's a good first step for you. The next step would be to leave out the side slander and directly address my posts.
Intel’s sixth-generation Core processors continue the trend of getting faster and more efficient. They’re also capable of a neat little trick: they let you wake up your PC by talking to the chip.
If you’ve seen how Google Now works on the Moto X or Nexus 5, you’ve already seen something like what Intel is showing off. It’s the same kind of setup. The processor features a low-power DSP that’s always on and listening for a specific command, sort of like how a network adapter can listen for a wake-on-LAN packet. When the DSP detects the magic words, it gives the PC a swift elbow to the ribs to wake it up.
Instead of “OK Google,” you’ll tell your PC “Cortana, wake up.” The functionality was already built into Intel’s Core M chips last year, but it needed a software-based voice assistant to help answer the call. They’ve got it, now that Windows 10 is here.
Note to INTC Board Moderators regarding Wallisweaver
by boob_patrol • Aug 27, 2015 11:26 AM Remove
Here is a cold hard admission from the "man" that is a colossal pain in your butts, has even called you to complain. He's the dominant poster here, eating drinking and sleeping this message board. He stalks, bullies and reprimands any and all posters on this board if their posts don't meet his Intel pumping Agenda. Just some FYI....
by wallisweaver • Jul 30, 2014 1:11 PM Flag
Your posting style is what I would aspire to if I were capable of adult behavior. Oh, well.
poor wally, his beloved intc is now less than it was when he posted this more than a year ago
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A new kind of hard drive available next year will be able to move your data many times faster than the best today.
The speed at which data storage can operate has become a bottleneck on the performance of computers – limiting what they can do for us.
Computers from laptops to supercomputers could get a major speed boost next year, thanks to a new kind of hard drive developed by Intel. Intel Optane drives, as they will be called, are based on a new way to store digital data that can operate as much as 1,000 times as fast as the flash memory technology inside hard drives, memory sticks, and mobile devices today.
The first Optane drives won’t be that much faster than today’s data storage. An early prototype shown by Intel at its annual developer conference in San Francisco on Tuesday was only about seven times as fast as a top-of-the-range flash disk drive available today. However, even that level of performance could have significant effects on the capabilities of consumer and corporate computers, and Optane drives may perform better by the time they hit the market in 2016.
The sluggish speed of data storage compared to the pace at which processors can work on data has become a significant bottleneck on the capabilities of computers. Several large computing and chip companies have invested heavily in promising new data storage technologies, but none has yet borne fruit. Intel’s Optane drives are based on a technology called 3D Xpoint, developed in collaboration with the memory chip company Micron.
[When will the pinheads on Wall Street figure out what this means to Intel and Micron???]
According to Reuters news agency, Zhao Weighuo, the chairman of Tsinghua Unigroup, arrived in Washington to talk with policy experts who are close to the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) members that initially refused the deal to give up Micron. Although there aren’t any details on whether the Weighuo will meet US politicians or lobbyists, it’s very likely he will do so, since both companies, Tsinghua Unigroup and Micron, are backed by their respective countries’ governments.
Back in July, when the first deal was proposed, members of the CFIUS refused the deal because they considered Micron a strategically important company for the government, with republican US Senator John McCain hmself raising national security concerns when hearing about Tsinghua’s attempt to buy Micron technologies. Although initially refused, the Chinese didn’t take no for an answer, and Xu Jinhong, chairman of Unigroup’s parent company Tsinghua Holdings, said in an interview that the firm could still try to acquire the maker of memory.
[Food for thought for the Micron pinhead shorts before markets open in the morning. Although I'd really love another opportunity to buy in the 13s.]
A recent downturn in China’s economic data sparked extreme volatility in global equity markets during the week of August 24, 2015. Much of the selling, though, was likely overdone as a slowdown in China does not affect all businesses in North America. Coupled with 3.7% U.S. Real GDP growth for Q2 2015, the companies on our list today will likely weather this storm better than others, making for resilient stocks in an investor’s portfolio.
Bend over INTC Semper Fi, there's something The Bear's gotta do. If yer nice and don't complain, he'll be gentle .....maybe.
marco the super genius : - ))))) A Bear's gotta do what a Bear's gotta do