Akfarnorth... you're a BUFFOON !!!
Everything you say has the facts proving you wrong...
Now you claim the opposite of what you said... GEESH !!!
Akfarnorth... you BUFFOON !!!!
Please... just once... post something with a remote understanding of NVDA
Please... just once...
Just pointing out that Akfarnorth is an IDIOT !!!!!
Besides, why should there be something wrong if someone makes $$ on AMD ?
Doesn't change any position or view on NVDA...
Akfarnorth, you BUFFOON !!!!
AMD up 8% since you bashed it a few days ago:
"the market is ignoring you. If what you say is true you should be at 2.36. but you are at 2.34."
SAN FRANCISCO — Intel has acquired smart eyeglass maker Recon Instruments for a reported $175 million. Recon created smart eyewear with a heads–up display for sports.
Intel’s venture capital arm invested in Recon in 2013 with the goal of accelerating product development, marketing, and sales. Intel hopes the formal acquisition will expand its presence in the head mounted display market.
Recon will continue to sell its Jet and Snow glasses, and will also now partner with Intel’s New Devices Group to develop smart device platforms for a broader set of customers and market segments, a press release stated.
The purchase follows a 2014 partnership with luxury eyewear company Luxottica, which owns brands Ray-Ban, Oakley, and Persol, and licenses Chanel and Tiffany. Intel has also partnered with TAG Heuer and Google to launch a Swiss smartwatch powered by Intel technology and Android Wear.
Intel will likely use Recon’s technology in collaboration with Luxottica, said Patrick Moorhead, principal and president of Moor Insights & Strategy. Recon’s current smart eyeglass models do not currently use Intel processors, though the button-sized Curie module could find its way into a Recon device.