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wallisweaver 823 posts  |  Last Activity: 5 hours ago Member since: Jan 21, 2008
  • wallisweaver wallisweaver Mar 18, 2015 11:03 PM Flag

    "It turns out that the idea of a Windows RT-like platform where these devices would be limited to using ARM processors is dead and gone"

  • From then on, Foley’s attention shifts to the other Windows SKU that will allegedly be found on phones and small tablets. It turns out that the idea of a Windows RT-like platform where these devices would be limited to using ARM processors is dead and gone, with Foley reporting that Windows 10 for phones and small tablets will support both ARM and Intel processors. The latter is a first for Windows Phone, though Intel is no stranger to smartphones – the company’s processors are already found in some Android phones in certain markets around the world (like the Lenovo K900 we mocked up above).

    From WindowsPhoneDaily

  • Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) and Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) have come together to offer a Windows Phone running on a chip from the former. As of now, there are no Intel-based Microsoft phones available, but that is going to change when Windows 10 arrives later this year.

    Microsoft and Intel have been partners for a long time. Their partnership, popularly known as Wintel, dominated the PC market. The chip maker is expecting to boost its performance in the handheld devices segment by partnering with Android and Windows 10.

    From ValueWalk

  • By making Windows an OS you always have with you it will make it relevant to user’s daily lives again. The slab of metal, plastic and glass will finally actually contain your up to date photos, address book and music collection, accessible with finger-friendly mobile apps. And when you get to a big screen and dock your phone, all your data will be there already, available to process with powerful x86 applications.

    Adding a desktop available when docked in some way is the killer advantage of a Windows phone, one that Android and iOS can not replicate. And giving a Windows desktop real-time access to your daily life, without needing to sync, will make it relevant once again.

    Sure, Motorola tried this before, but they did not have the Windows advantage, and they were hobbled by using ARM.

    For Windows to survive in the long term, it needs to become a real hybrid OS, as comfortable on the desktop as on the phone, switching with ease from one interface to another, while keeping your data accessible from whatever screen you want to use.

    Imagine a world where your browser tabs follow your around from screen to screen, because it is always the same browser session. Or when you open your phone to edit a document your cursor is in exactly the same position, not because of some unreliable sync engine, but because it is the same session as when you were working on it on a larger screen a few hours earlier, but with more finger-friendly controls due to Continuity.

    From wmpoweruser

  • Reply to

    Can TSMC Close The Gap With Intel?

    by wallisweaver Mar 17, 2015 12:55 AM
    wallisweaver wallisweaver Mar 18, 2015 10:38 AM Flag

    So how is TSMC doing on the 10nm node?"

    Not very well. According to the Bernstein analysts, TSMC was surpassed by Intel (INTC) on transistor density at 14/16nm node because TSMC’s 16nm is not a full shrink from 20nm, i.e., not a true technological development. To transition to 10nm, TSMC will have to reduce its transistor area by about 70%, “the most aggressive shrink in the history.” Good luck!

  • wallisweaver by wallisweaver Mar 18, 2015 10:33 AM Flag

    more bleed

  • wallisweaver wallisweaver Mar 18, 2015 10:32 AM Flag

    Microsoft will do everything in its power to avoid telling the world any product is an extension of RT.

  • Reply to

    armh

    by wallisweaver Mar 17, 2015 9:36 AM
    wallisweaver wallisweaver Mar 18, 2015 10:08 AM Flag

    "So you are seeing if you can out-troll a troll?"

    [It's impossible to out-troll a mentally ill stalker. Mocking him with posts beyond his intellectual comprehension provides a bit of comic relief. He is free to post, I'm free to laugh at him and his stupidity.]

  • wallisweaver by wallisweaver Mar 18, 2015 1:50 AM Flag

    big hat, no cattle
    when someone is so full of themselves, and loves to hear themselves talk, but it is all a facade, and there is never any action or substance to back it up
    see: all bark and no bite

    Urban Dictionary

  • "Thanks to rumors of an Intel and Apple partnership, speculation has been raised in the possible reopening of an Intel factory in Chandler, Arizona, the Phoenix Business Journal reported.

    Tech business website Venture Beat reported Intel will provide the fast wireless modem chip expected to be installed in a 2016 Apple smartphone.

    If the Intel-iPhone partnership is true, Apple would have to stop using chips manufactured by Qualcomm and start using Intel assets, which could mean a change for the Fab 42 factory in Chandler."

    From KTAR

    [But Monk thinks it's meaningless.]

  • Just tuning ARM up for what is to come

  • wallisweaver by wallisweaver Mar 18, 2015 12:28 AM Flag

    more sad today

  • Reply to

    Let me break in here...

    by vinnie_bagadonitz Mar 17, 2015 11:37 PM
    wallisweaver wallisweaver Mar 18, 2015 12:24 AM Flag

    "I called INTC a buy at $25. Release the hounds. I called it a sell at $35. This is a dead stock. They have nothing to offer to anyone. Good fabs offset no innovation. INTC will trade in a band forever."

    [Let's see, Lucy - what's the last thing I remember you saying? Oh, yeah - here it is:

    What's ABSOLUTELY IMPOSSIBLE is for Intel shares to reach $22."]

  • Self-driving cars are no longer fiction, but right now they're far from ubiquitous. That could change, however, if Elon Musk has his way. In a conversation with NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang, the Tesla co-founder was bullish about the future of self-driving cars, saying that it's only a matter of time before the autonomous vehicle is commonplace. "You can't have a person driving a two-ton death machine," said Musk, imagining a world where manual driving would be outlawed as it could be considered too dangerous.

    From Engadget

  • wallisweaver wallisweaver Mar 17, 2015 8:09 PM Flag

    So how is TSMC doing on the 10nm node?"

    Not very well. According to the Bernstein analysts, TSMC was surpassed by Intel (INTC) on transistor density at 14/16nm node because TSMC’s 16nm is not a full shrink from 20nm, i.e., not a true technological development. To transition to 10nm, TSMC will have to reduce its transistor area by about 70%, “the most aggressive shrink in the history.” Good luck!

  • Reply to

    armh

    by wallisweaver Mar 17, 2015 9:36 AM
    wallisweaver wallisweaver Mar 17, 2015 8:08 PM Flag

    "Your latest repititive posts about ARMH are just childish and content-free. What is the exact point you are trying to make because it appears to me you are no better than an ARMH lucy with all these silly posts. Spit it out, what actual points are you are trying to make about ARMH so we can at least have a grown-up discussion about a stock that really bothers you so much and that only has a tangential effect on INTC."

    [The point would be that the board pinhead is too stupid to know when he is being played. I'm posting these to see how long it takes him to realize he is being suckered. Now that you have responded it seems maybe you got suckered too.

    You don't seem bothered by the pinhead's 4 to 1 responses to my "armh" posts so it's hard to take your criticisms seriously. When you start to have a problem with the pinhead's voluminous mental defects and multiple ID use, get back to me. Until then don't expect a response to your comments.

    Also you are being passive-aggressive. Do you even know what it means? Your anger is related to your mindless climate change ideology and has little to do with armh.

    You and the pinhead apparently share radical conservative nutcase views. So now you're together. What a joke. You both have my sympathy.]

  • Reply to

    armh

    by wallisweaver Mar 16, 2015 4:30 PM
    wallisweaver wallisweaver Mar 17, 2015 7:57 PM Flag

    crash

  • Reply to

    Windows 8 Killed the PC!

    by hahahacreek Mar 17, 2015 2:28 PM
    wallisweaver wallisweaver Mar 17, 2015 7:55 PM Flag

    "The only thing that may change this would be a "must have" software that current computers can't handle. Don't see that on any horizon. For INTC this means mobil and Apple computers need to drive new sales. But the price, margins and volumes are not suffice to reboot INTC's business."

    [You seem to have little understanding of Intel's business - it's not just PCs. A huge part of business is servers and datacenters. Do you think those are going away? Intel has made major inroads into tablets. The IoT is going to be big and Intel will soon be a presence in smartphones too. There's software and security too. Maybe a little research next time before you embarrass yourself.]

  • Reply to

    Intel involved in Self Flying Airplane

    by dr_robinhoood Mar 17, 2015 9:36 AM
    wallisweaver wallisweaver Mar 17, 2015 7:50 PM Flag

    Driverless cars have already operated successfully on a test basis in cities all over the world. Yeah, they are not perfect but they are still much better than the average driver. They don't text, don't make phone calls and don't fall asleep. They will save thousands and thousands of lives. I can't wait.

  • Reply to

    armh

    by wallisweaver Mar 17, 2015 9:36 AM
    wallisweaver wallisweaver Mar 17, 2015 11:24 AM Flag

    oh, no, oh no, oh no

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