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intel_fanboy 39 posts  |  Last Activity: Aug 18, 2014 5:18 PM Member since: Oct 20, 2011
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    Wallis was right

    by intel_fanboy Jun 14, 2014 1:42 PM
    intel_fanboy intel_fanboy Jun 14, 2014 3:42 PM Flag

    Do I worry that some chat board troll is going to fly out to find me and attack me? Nope. Do you worry about this? You are terrified of me. You are terrified that I or someone else may snap and come after you. Not only that, you're terrified that your friends and family won't understand why. They don't know you like we do. They don't know that you are really this mean and nasty.

    Once your found out, the game is over. You have nothing of value to say on here, and never have.

  • Reply to

    Wallis was right

    by intel_fanboy Jun 14, 2014 1:42 PM
    intel_fanboy intel_fanboy Jun 14, 2014 3:22 PM Flag

    No I didn't learn my lesson at all. Actually I thought about it since that time and feel that the worst that can happen is people can call me up and tell me that I'm a jerk. But when they do I have their phone numbers and can figure out who they are.

    I really hope you file a police report on me. I'm sure Wallis has all your posts going back years. Remember going back to 2007? Let me give you a reminder "Licky Licky Licky". Oh yeah. we haven't forgotten you. If you have nothing to worry about call the police.

    You are only as employable as long as you're not a liability to your employer. That's the reason why you'll never call the cops. But keep calling me a stalker, it just makes you look like a whimp. Unlike you I can sleep at night. GetanID61 and I have a respect for each other which is more than I can say about the two of us.

  • Reply to

    Wallis was right

    by intel_fanboy Jun 14, 2014 1:42 PM
    intel_fanboy intel_fanboy Jun 14, 2014 3:08 PM Flag

    Do me a favor, when you get the police report number give it to me, that and the police department, I'll call the police department up myself and let the know who I am.

    You answer to someone, and in the big picture they would be ruined if they were known to be funding an investment chat board troll.

  • Reply to

    Wallis was right

    by intel_fanboy Jun 14, 2014 1:42 PM
    intel_fanboy intel_fanboy Jun 14, 2014 2:56 PM Flag

    Don't worry, the day you're right about, something, anything, I'll give you a compliment as well. But since you think Paul and I are the same person, it looks like a that day is a long time in the future. BTW, why don't you tell us about your 40 other handles and the conversations that you have with yourself. And why you're at it. Why don't you tell us about your employer. Man, if I ever really dig in and find the association between you and them t bet they would be willing to pay big bucks to keep keep their cover from being blown.

  • intel_fanboy intel_fanboy Jun 14, 2014 2:52 PM Flag

    Wrong. But that's par for the course for you.

  • intel_fanboy by intel_fanboy Jun 14, 2014 1:42 PM Flag

    Daniel Nenni was right about Intel's 14nm delay and runs around telling the world about the one and only time he was right like he's some tech prophet. For the past year Wallis has been mentioning the XP refresh cycle. The pop in stock price was attributed to what he's been saying all along.

    He gets taken to task on this board for the things he gets wrong such as high Intel stock prices by the end of the year. But for this one area, and this one topic he was not only spot on, but a year ahead of the so called professional analysts. Congrats on a great call!

  • intel_fanboy by intel_fanboy Jun 14, 2014 8:41 AM Flag

    That's a stat you've thrown around all the time. "The stock hasn't done anything in ten years." Now that's not true anymore.

  • intel_fanboy intel_fanboy Jun 8, 2014 8:53 PM Flag

    When I saw the Switch campaign featuring a fat dude in a suit and Justin Long in blue jeans I decided to never buy into the Apple ecosystem. "Dude, it's just better." And through the years I've been told that some of the Apple fans actually feel sorry for us PC users. Isn't that sweet?

    Give me a couple of minutes and I have their laptop and PC's torn apart and we can play a game called "name that part." Extra credit if they can actually put into words what the part does. Then I'll tell them that as I build my PC's I research every part that goes into it.

    Steve Jobs was this generations version of a snake oil salesman. The more he created a movement as a cult leader the less I trusted him. My brother in law asked me to go look at the original iPhone and "just touch it." I did and felt that if I was a teenage girl it would be wonderful for my lifestyle. I am so thankful that I didn't buy into the hype.

    What they called a "walled garden" was in fact a colorful prison. You give up some of your rights to have an easier time. And yet, the features that the Apple fans have been screaming for are the very things you can find on Android and Windows.

    From time to time I hear about someone from the ARMy talk about how Intel is a large proprietary organization trying for a monopoly. Really, what is Apple then? Intel has fought back time and time again after defeat with better products and a better plan. Apple on the other hand has a loyal customer base that they can push around a bit because they know that you can leave at any time, but you'll come running back.

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    too high...............

    by nycbottom69 Jun 6, 2014 3:04 PM
    intel_fanboy intel_fanboy Jun 6, 2014 3:20 PM Flag

    It's kinda funny to hear the shorts screaming for a number 10 bucks a share greater than GS.

  • intel_fanboy intel_fanboy Jun 3, 2014 4:19 PM Flag

    Not a bad year after all. Look like all those "Bribes" are paying off? What, did you expect Intel to just lose money on mobile forever?

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    Worried that the alias guy (Lucy) might be

    by mike.putzman Jun 2, 2014 12:04 PM
    intel_fanboy intel_fanboy Jun 2, 2014 3:42 PM Flag

    I am suspecting a financial motive because whenever I bring this up he gets very quiet. The thing is that is surprising is that from time to time he actually has something decent to add to the conversation.

  • Reply to

    Worried that the alias guy (Lucy) might be

    by mike.putzman Jun 2, 2014 12:04 PM
    intel_fanboy intel_fanboy Jun 2, 2014 1:48 PM Flag

    Calling the guy or gal names doesn't elevate the conversation. I do wonder however what the real story is. Is there a financial backer for the troll posts? If so, who are they, and do they want to be associated with funding a troll? Or is there no financial motive, just someone who hates Intel? I'm beyond caring what Lucy or the 40 other aliases say, but kinda wonder why they say it.

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    Apple: ARM-Based Macs Are A Fantasy (For Now)

    by wallisweaver Jun 1, 2014 5:33 AM
    intel_fanboy intel_fanboy Jun 1, 2014 12:11 PM Flag

    The goal that Apple and Microsoft want is one operating system with one familiar interface across the board. This was why Microsoft came out with Windows 8 with the live tiles similar to their phone interface.

    Up until a few years ago the PC market was straightforward. Motherboard, graphics cards, power supplies RAM, processor case and various other things like disc drives was what they were concerned with. Apple had it's own flavor of Unix and a nice overall presentation.

    Today we're focused on the SoC like it's all that really matters to Apple. The problem with an SoC is that you simply plug it into something that exists. For Apple to innovate they need to once again go down roads less traveled. They need top down designs that are groundbreaking with hardware that simply doesn't exist. Thunderbolt is an excellent example. You want to transfer high amounts of data for 4K, how do you do it?

    I don't see that Apple is anxious to replace one flavor of processor with another. They want to move forward and will work closely with those who can help the make it happen.

  • Reply to

    Ballmer's Buying the Clippers

    by wallisweaver May 29, 2014 9:42 PM
    intel_fanboy intel_fanboy May 29, 2014 11:09 PM Flag

    He's going to take all those winning strategies he used with Microsoft and apply it to the Clippers.

  • intel_fanboy intel_fanboy May 28, 2014 3:40 PM Flag

    I read the articles, followed the trail. Google has been cleaning it's tracks well. What is clear is that Google is working on a new tablet, and a new phone. What isn't clear is what goes with which project. This Tegra processors may be for the phone.

  • intel_fanboy intel_fanboy May 28, 2014 3:22 PM Flag

    Even the most skeptical critic knows that the A7/8 would get trashed by Intel's high-end line. If you think about it logically, there may be room for a low end ARM based laptop that could run iOS. But it would probably have to be larger than 10." The problem is that the cost savings on the BOM wouldn't be enough to drive the price down to the sub-$500 laptop market without hitting margins. Thus this rumor will remain as it has for a few years, a non-starter.

    What I do see is that Apple has made some headway with it's own chip designs and will realize that Samsung, TSMC and the other rental fabs won't get them where they want to go fast enough. They can design their own processors in-house not based on an ARM design and have Intel fab it for them. As TheRedBlueMonk mentioned a few years ago, they may even want to source out their older designs of this product to the competition where Intel and Apple make money off of slightly outdated technology.

    I only see Intel and Apple's relationship getting stronger.

  • Apple Developer's Conference. Should be one good piece of information that Daniel cannot resist coming on here to tell us about. My only question to him is where are all those groovy TSMC 20nm SoCs he was talking about a year ago?

  • intel_fanboy intel_fanboy May 22, 2014 10:13 PM Flag

    GETANID61, Yet another statement I agree with you on!

  • Reply to

    Microsoft Introduces the Surface Pro 3

    by wallisweaver May 20, 2014 12:07 PM
    intel_fanboy intel_fanboy May 20, 2014 12:21 PM Flag

    Windows RT has cost Microsoft dearly. The first mistake that Microsoft made was buying into the ARM propaganda machine. People craved Apple i devices, ARM simply went along for the ride. I've counted that this was a 1.2 Billion dollar mistake, or more than Intel will pay out this year in contra revenue.

    I think when Intel starts making headway in phones and tablets by next year Microsoft will let RT die once and for all.

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