If there is an ARM64 part available I doubt Google would use an x86-64 part just because ARM is the most ubiquitous Android architecture and Google probably figures correctly that Intel can drive its own 64-bit ecosystem. I am leaning towards Qualcomm's 8-core A53 followed by Nvidia's 2-core Denver and then Intel's 4-core Moorefield as the candidates.
'having a 7-way superscalar design shows they're going for it'
On the surface yes and assuming it's a totally native design it should be more a Core competitor than an Atom one at the same clockspeed. However there is some debate whether it is a hybrid translating chip which would take some of the performance edge off it in a tradeoff for power efficiency. We should soon see what it can do at full clockspeed in Shield 2.
p.s. I am pretty sure the correct term is laPtop not laBtop for the notebook term.
'Just because you say it's good doesn't make it so. '
Others have said it is good, there are threads going back months/years which attest to this and breakout prices successfully attained all the way from 50c. The only charlatan here is you who consistently picks a lower price for this stock and is consistently wrong. when you was shawtysuckinwind you predicted 50-60c here when the stock was 70-90c etc etc and over $2 for IMSC ;-). Whatever price the stock is at you will just pick any lower price out of your smelly posterior and smear it on this board although you have given up on claiming it will collapse under 2 and then under 1 as even you realize how absurd those numbers are now. Your contribution here is completely worthless and time wasting, you would be better of doing real DD on your own stock rather than just relying on the absurdly optimistic pronouncements of your management for comfort.
I have been totally consistent but you are confusing TA with DD. IMSC's TA chart has always been terrible but it does have a slight chance on fundamentals if you get really lucky with the TSA. Until then you are relying on your chart and it does not look good so you need really good news to overcome this.
I have also been totally consistent about my price predictions for this stock and the time frame for which they apply. The stock will consolidate around 3 but within months/years it would have moved back beyond 4 and then 5. What is happening now is the space investors are being replaced by the spectrometer investors, this will take time to complete but the stock has years in which to do this, certainly more time than you yapping on the sidelines as the IMSC story would have resolved itself long before then one way or the other.
You are the one plucking numbers out of your posterior I actually look at the chart to do my TA and there is a lot of moving average support around 3 which is where the stock has been gravitating to lately when you made your ridiculous attacking 2.50 post weeks ago and it's been nowhere near that price as per usual. You are just a mischievous sideline jealous hooligan thinking he speaks from sneering superiority when in reality you are speaking from stupendous stupidity. Had a look at the IMSC chart and it is not remotely good. The dropping 200 MA at 0.95 is imprisoning the stock and pretty soon the 50 MA will join it from 0.99 to add to the downward pressure. You are going to be underwater in weeks/months.
cucurbita_pepo • Jun 4, 2014 9:10 AM
'Back below $3 today, back to 2.60-2.80 next week and there it will stay'
Another uselessly wrong prediction from the IMSC bunny boy.
The ARMy's worse nightmare come true, a fully featured x86 windows tablet for the same or less price than one of their Android ones. It's frightening how quickly Bay Trail has become a price weapon to beat the ARMy with, frightening for them that is ;-). Kudos for Intel on making the best use of BY-T wrt to the competitive position it came out of the oven with.
The MMS-1000 is literally a thousand times more sensitive than the 908device, parts per tr vs parts per bn. 1stdetect also has the OEM-1000 which will be incorporated in Rigaku's expensive state of the art six-digit thermograv analyzer. This company also now has about 10 years cash burn-rate before it has to break even/make a spectrometer profit . If you and heslep/pelseh/marvasian are prepared to stick around that long with your inane bashing good luck to you but this company and stock will out last you and your money. TA chart is looking great and sees $3+ for the indefinite future. Your call.
If the stock turns the 459-461 week moving averages there back into support it will become the new floor on this stock. There are no higher moving averages than these in this stock.
hated by the dumb WS manipulators that is, perhaps they should try doing real DD like the rest of us rather than manipulating stock prices on false rumors, pet theories etc.
Despite the increase, if you talk to traders most aren’t exactly singing in the streets as neutrality and a sense of unease still pervades the street. “Never in my 18 years of trading have I seen both the bulls and the bears wanting this market to come down,” says Joe Fahmy of Zor Capital in the attached video. “It seems like everyone wants this market to come down… That shift in sentiment is controlling the market a little bit more I’ve noticed recently than in the past.”
As Macke astutely points out, legendary trader and author Jesse Livermore was famous for the ‘pain trade’ concept, meaning the market will do whatever hurts the most people. This seems to be what’s happening even now, as either investors miss out on the extended rally, or are getting hammered on the short side.
That really is the end of Windows RT now if there was any small lingering doubt before. Expect Surface 3 to have a Cherry Trail in it.
I remember telling all the ARM fans in 2011 like getanid61 all those ARM PC marketshare forecasts were pure fantasy similar to the fantasy predictions put out for Itanium. The funny thing is though the Itanium predictions were still more realistic in one respect in that Itanium actually gained some server marketshare in the end as opposed to being stuck at 0% like ARM PCs ;-)
'Stop collecting weekly deposits aimed at offsetting the monetary effects of earlier bond purchases. That would leave an additional 175 billion euros in the financial system that banks could in theory use to lend to each other or to companies.'
In effect they have bought some of the peripheries debt and will I take it now hold it to maturity or maybe even further. Not quite QE as ECB's money is real money donated by the nations Central Banks but still quite a financial stimulus. It's an important monetary start on getting the Euro to work and the markets recognized it as such.