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June 20, 2005
More Cringely on Apple-Intel
Cringely's latest column is a mishmash of observations and speculations on the Apple-Intel news, including setting the record straight on the much-maligned "Osborne effect," discussions of various chip architectures, and an interesting speculation that Intel has more to gain from Apple signing onto their hardware-locked platform than Apple does. Theory being that since Microsoft backed Longhorn off of some of those promises, Intel needs a partner capable of leveraging the hardware.
posted by Alan Wexelblat |
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