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2005-11-22
intel's Apple group. s'that news?
Apparently, intel has formed an internal Apple group. What this group does, intel won't say. But quite probably, they're trying to woo Apple into buying into intel's new technology. Now: What about this is actually newsworthy? I fail to get this, somehow. It's nothing but logical that someone at intel thinks about intel's bigger customers, and Apple - while not the biggest computer maker overall - is certainly important, since it's a good "press child". This intel Apple group, in my opinion, would actually be more importantm, if they were actively developing processors for Apple devices. But this doesn't seem to be the case. At least we've not heard anything about such... For now, let's just file this under "oh, okay." :)
Comments:
Intel doesn't need to develop processors specificly for Apple. Intel's introducing a number of new technologies. I expect they're interested in Apple's premiering them. I expect them to effect markets beyond computers and Apple's plans may fit well.
 
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