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wallisweaver 1741 posts  |  Last Activity: 7 minutes ago Member since: Jan 21, 2008
  • Make no mistake. Democrats are overjoyed with the prospect of Republicans running someone who makes Sarah Palin look like a genius and a guy who has already alienated Hispanics and women.

    The only people more excited than Democrats are late-night comedians.

  • You can't get Cortana Therapy to work on your Etch-A-Sketch?

    It's bad enough that you have to torture the board with your content-free stalking posts, but even worse that you do it with mind-numbing repetition and stupidity.

    Don't you ever feel the need to have a single day where you don't make a horse's rear end out of yourself by parading your feelings of impotence to the general public?

  • Reply to

    Ultimate Stock Alerts Really Suck

    by wallisweaver 3 hours ago
    wallisweaver wallisweaver 16 minutes ago Flag

    Scam.

  • wallisweaver by wallisweaver 3 hours ago Flag

    Woo Hoo!!!

  • wallisweaver wallisweaver 3 hours ago Flag

    Then impersonation is the best that you can do.

  • Looks like Apple will now suffer under Wall Street's addiction to beating tech stocks to a bloody pup which is of course driven by the fact that the dolts sat out or shorted the tech rally for the last three years and now demand a do-over.

    Intel and Micron are looking like pretty good alternatives at the moment.

    ARMH looks like it will get taken down by the Apple undertow. Humpty will do well to stay above $40 if the feeding frenzy continues.

  • wallisweaver wallisweaver 10 hours ago Flag

    Microsoft today announced the "Therapy" upgrade to Cortana in Windows 10. Specifically designed for those desperately in need of professional mental health care but unable to access it in the "meat" world, Cortana Therapy offers important new resources for those now attempting to relieve their mental illness by stalking people on financial message boards.

    From Mental Health Apps Magazine

  • Microsoft today announced the "Therapy" upgrade to Cortana in Windows 10. Specifically designed for those desperately in need of professional mental health care but unable to access it in the "meat" world, Cortana Therapy offers important new resources for those now attempting to relieve their mental illness by stalking people on financial message boards.

    From Mental Health Apps Magazine

  • Cortana is easily one of the coolest new features of Windows 10. You’re probably already familiar with personal assistants like Google Now and Siri, but now you have one built right into your desktop! Here’s how to get information, manage your schedule, and even run a few Google commands.

    From lifehacker

  • Fancy new box art

    Unless there are any last minute changes, Intel will formally introduce Skylake-S (desktop variant of Skylake) on August 5 at Gamescom. The launch will presumably include the immediate availability of Core i7-6700K and Core i5-6600K CPUs, though at least one vendor has jumped the gun.

    Both the 6700K and 6600K have shown up online at Amazon's AU storefront and eBay's Australian website by the same seller, WCCFTech reports. The listings include shots of the retail boxes (not renders), and while the final specs haven't been announced and can't yet be considered official, the retail boxes pretty much confirm what we already know (via prior rumors). Just don't pay any attention to the obviously inflated price tags ($650 for the 6700K and $470 for the 6600K).

    These are both unlocked processors with 91W TDPs. The flagship Core i7-6700K brings four cores and eight threads to the Skylake-S party. It has a base clockspeed of 4GHz, boost clockspeed of 4.2GHz, 8MB of L3 cache, and support for DDR4-2133 and DDR3L-1600 memory.

    Intel's Core i5-6600K is also a quad-core part, but with base and boost clockspeeds of 3.5GHz and 3.9GHz, respectively, and no Hyper Threading support. It has less cache (6MB) while supporting the same memory as the 6700K.

    Skylake will require a new socket (LGA 1151) and represents a "tock" in Intel's "tick-tock" cadence, meaning it's a new architecture as opposed to a die shrink with various optimizations.

    From MaximumPC

  • wallisweaver by wallisweaver 16 hours ago Flag

    Humpty got hammered today as ARM dropped by a buck twelve.

    Of course, the impact is due to what we have been saying for a long time: mobility is maturing, ASPs are dropping along with margins. If mobility is your only real market then there are rough roads ahead.

    Much better to have growth in servers, data centers, memory and SSDs.

  • being stupid about technology.

  • And was before the new memory announcement. The announcement just makes them that much more attractive.

    It wouldn't surprise me to find that the significant downward pressure is related to someone playing the acquisition angle.

    Regardless, those hugely beaten down shares look pretty good to me.

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    Micron: Not Selling Hot Dogs Anymore

    by wallisweaver Aug 3, 2015 9:52 AM
    wallisweaver wallisweaver Aug 3, 2015 10:18 AM Flag

    "For Micron, it will affect current products that comprise 2/3 of Micron revenue. IMO, Micron will have to replace diminishing revenue as designs migrate to NVM memory from DRAM. The market is less certain about how that creative destruction impact and will play out for Micron."

    [Stephen Breezy obviously thinks that it will play out extremely well for both Intel and Micron.]

  • wallisweaver wallisweaver Aug 3, 2015 10:16 AM Flag

    "Gotcha, Wally! I knew you didn't have me on ignore, you little rascal. By the way, Al Jazeera also has an article backing up your contention."

    [No, I actually do have your many IDs on Ignore but I on a rare occasion check one of your posts to see if you have suddenly begun to sound less like the lunatic fringe. You haven't.

    As I know your whole pitiful life revolves around stalking me, I know better than to feed your mental/emotional dysfunction. You need a real therapist and not an internet obsession. So, no - we aren't going to be having a conversation. Get some professional mental health care, dude.]

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    Micron: Not Selling Hot Dogs Anymore

    by wallisweaver Aug 3, 2015 9:52 AM
    wallisweaver wallisweaver Aug 3, 2015 9:53 AM Flag

    "Hundreds of billions of dollars annually are about to change direction as a direct result of XPoint but, yet, one can still buy Micron and Intel at phenomenal discounts."

    [Like I said: Intel and Micron shorts are never gonna get it. Pinheads.]

  • Prior to publication, I revised my last article thousands of times. Over the course of this lengthy process, I changed the analogy that I was drawing but neglected to update the title to reflect this. The article was supposed to have been entitled, "Micron: Not Selling Hot Dogs Anymore". In hindsight, the subsequently confusingly unrelated "Purple Swan" title was fortuitous in that it was symbolic of what happened: extremely few people understood the Earth-shaking, F5 tornado, cure-for-digital-cancer implications of the Micron (NASDAQ:MU)-Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) technology that I had highlighted.

    Now that Micron and Intel have formally announced the technology (with the awful name of "3D XPoint"), it is clear that the vast majority still cannot fathom its implications. To this end, I feel like I have another chance to explain how Micron will transition from selling commodity hot dogs into five-star, high-end cuisine. Because I didn't do a proper job the first time around, let me try to boil down Purple Swan into its essence:

    XPoint and other storage class memory will displace the vast majority of DRAM needs

    Probably on the order of 80 percent of today's DRAM consumption will dissolve over the next few years - perhaps sooner, depending on how aggressive they are with the rollout in addition to the speed at which other players react. To emphasize this point, let's revisit an Intel patent:

    Dynamic partial power down of memory-side cache in a 2-level memory hierarchy

    The focus of this approach is on providing performance with a relatively small amount of a relatively higher-speed memory such as DRAM while implementing the bulk of the system memory using significantly cheaper and denser non-volatile random access memory (NVRAM).

    Hundreds of billions of dollars annually are about to change direction as a direct result of XPoint but, yet, one can still buy Micron and Intel at phenomenal discounts.

    From Stephen Breezy at Seeking Alpha

  • And the board mutts back in the woodshed.

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