WHISKEY, TANGO, FOXTROT (Classic Fluxmoxed alias now used by Galba Imperator) is wrong with you? You find this to be humorous? You really are off your rocker. Wow. I feel sorry for you so will leave you alone.
I asked why Intel and Qualcom wouldn't hook up and have kids 2 months ago and was crucified by Ashraf and the crue. DUH!
I pumped Facebook as being the next Amazon that was going to 100 and beyond. I said these things to try and pump you up to buy the stock. I was a lying, snivveling worm becuase in all honesty, as I freely admit, I bought some at 27 and dumped it to you losers at 28.50. I actually think my words on a message board move a stock. LOL! Off to the used car lot. Hey, bring us your used car and I PROMISE we'll give you top dollar! LOLOLOLOL MY parents raised a WINNER!
.............But I'll sell at 27 while nobody's looking.
Mystk7, the used car dealer.
Did you make sure to alert all the people that you told FB was going to 100 that you bailed at 27? You have no integrity and we both know it. That really bugs ya.
How many used cars did you sell today?
Wally said ARM's Fab problems were going to sink it in 2012........when the stock was priced at 22. He and his mystk7 alias work 80 hours a week at the used car lot trying to scam old ladies into buying Lemons.
None of that refutes the fact that you have no Integrity and try to get people to buy what you are holding, you 2 bit worm.
I smell the stench of a hack daytrader trying to pump Facebook to the moon by trying to trick people into thinking it's the next Amazon. You have no integrity, you tiny little twit.
I don't have any problems at all, my man. If you think were supposed to believe that you write articles on SA just for the fun of it with no positions, YOU are more delusional than I thought. Stop insulting our intelligence and be a real man, not a slithering snake.
You can tallkkkkkkkkkkkkk to me,
You can tallkkkkkkkkkkkkk to me,
You can talkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk to me,
You can set yo secrets free bay-behhhhh!!!!!!!!!!!
- Stevie Nicks
INvestors, He's an admitted daytrader who's lofty goal for Intel this year is 23 so he can get out of his paultry trade. He also pumped AMD around 3.00/share. How would that have treated you? He cares about nobody but himself and writes Seeking Alpha articles to pump whatever trade he's in. His actions are selfish and shameless. All my opinion, but seems fairly simple and obvious.
PS, you and Wally threatining to put people on Ignore is LAUGABLE. Nobody cares who you put on Ignore as my audience is decent, hardworking people that might take advice on this board........Decent, hard-working people excludes you and Wallisweaver.
You're out of your mind, boy. You are a daytrader that shorts stocks as well, and complete pond #$%$ in my eyes. Get a real job, puke and thanks for calling me out. I'll post twice as much now.
Samsung Series 7 Chronos Available From Best Buy for $1,200
by Adrian Diaconescu on February 22, 2013 at 12:47 pm
As if to confirm Google Chromebook Pixel’s obscenely high price tag, Samsung has just made its new Series 7 Chronos available via Best Buy. This big boy is not only free of Chrome OS’ restrictions, but also larger and snappier than that.
Granted, the extra heft is not going to be considered an upside by everyone and the 15.6-inch touchscreen on the Chronos is far poorer than the one sported by the Pixel (Full HD nevertheless), but we still think the Win 8 laptop is the smarter choice.
Especially that it’s on sale at the moment at BB, going for $1,199 ($100 bucks off the list price). That buys you an Intel Core i7 processor clocked at 2.4 GHz, an AMD Radeon HD 8870M dedicated graphics card, 8 GB of RAM and an HDD with 1 full TB of storage.
The only important feature missing is the optical drive that’s traditionally found on 15-inchers, but that’s where Sammy had to sacrifice in order to keep this fellow’s weight down to 2.35 kg and thickness to 21 mm. Who wants one?
Intel Selected by Octasic and 3 Chip and Big Data Stocks on the Move
By Leah Powell | More Articles
February 21, 2013
Octasic Inc., a leading innovator of baseband and media processing solutions, announced today that it chose the Intel Atom processor for its newest Small Cell solutions. Octasic’s new SDR4000 Small Cell platform is an OEM-ready product bringing new levels of performance, power efficiency, and frequency agility. Octasic’s flexibility in baseband processing, together with the Intel Atom processor, will allow a new class of base station (BTS) for indoor and outdoor applications.
HP Brings Sizzle to Windows Storage Server
The HP StoreEasy 5530 puts serious muscle behind Windows file serving, Hyper-V virtualization, and SQL Server workloads
By Paul Ferrill
Fri, February 22, 2013
InfoWorld — Reliable storage is a key building block for any enterprise application infrastructure. Traditionally, this translates into some type of network-attached storage (NAS) or storage area network (SAN). With Windows Storage Server 2012, you get both NAS (CIFS/SMB) and SAN (iSCSI), along with the ability to leverage new SMB 3.0 features to bring seamless fail-over to Hyper-V and SQL Server workloads. With the Windows Storage Server 2012-based HP StoreEasy 5530, you get all that plus outrageous performance.
HP has stuffed a lot of hardware into this package. The StoreEasy 5530 consists of two HP ProLiant BL460c G7 blade servers, each equipped with two Intel E5620 Xeon processors and 48GB of memory. The Intel E5620 is a four-core processor capable of two threads per core. That gives you 16 threads in each blade server for handling all the file processing you can throw at it. It's also more than enough CPU and memory to support a few Hyper-V virtual machines, should you so choose. The only downside here is the limitation of running a maximum of two Hyper-V VMs that comes with Windows Storage Server 2012. However, you could remove that restriction by upgrading the OS to a full version of Windows Server 2012 Datacenter, which allows you to run as many Windows VMs as you like.
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Two storage options offer either large-form-factor (LFF) or small-form-factor (SFF) hard drives. The LFF option typically delivers more storage per drive at a lower cost, while the SFF drives offer higher performance but less total storage capacity. Each server blade comes with two 300GB 10K SFF drives, which are typically configured as a RAID 1 array for redundancy purposes. These are used primarily for boot and local storage.