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    Analysis - Can Intel compete in the smartphone market?

    Judging by the handsets due to launch later this year, the answer is yes.
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    Re: Analysis - Can Intel compete in the smartphone market?

    Subtitles?

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    Re: Analysis - Can Intel compete in the smartphone market?

    Quote Originally Posted by [GSV]Trig View Post
    Subtitles?
    Tee hee, I was thinking the same.

    Judging by the videos there doesn't seem anything that really new or powerful. So what Intel is producing some hardware for phone companies - would have thought they were ages ago if to be honest.

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    Re: Analysis - Can Intel compete in the smartphone market?

    Its not always a case of new or powerful, its more people bidding for the same thing which in turn means lower prices and more development, both of which are better for the end user.

    On the subtitles front, wasnt trying to be offensive but theres a lot of background noise and his accent ontop of that doesnt help.
    At the end of the day a TECHNOLOGY site should really have clip on mic's instead of ones on the camera or hand mic's...

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    Re: Analysis - Can Intel compete in the smartphone market?

    I have, literally, more puff in the end of my knob

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    Re: Analysis - Can Intel compete in the smartphone market?

    You too eh..

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    Re: Analysis - Can Intel compete in the smartphone market?

    Not another version of Linux for mobiles - We already have 3 or 4. Developing apps that work on the possible versions will be impossible.
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