Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Intel to be charged with more bribery

The Europeans find Intel guilty of more anti-trust violations.

Pat Gelsinger likes to say Intel chips are hot. The reality is, Intel has to pay bribes to people in the rights places to get them sold.

3 Comments:

Blogger Evil_Merlin said...

When AMD cannot compete in the market because they manufacture and sell CPU's which are slower than the ones Intel offers, use more power than the ones Intel offer, run at a higher temp than the ones Intel offers, they have no choice to do anything else but sue.


Poor AMD is going to end up with another huge loss tomorrow, making 6 Quarters of loss back to back.

Good going AMD!

11:23 AM, July 16, 2008  
Blogger kyle said...

I wanna see this jerk put a positive on the Ruiz step down and a 6th straight reported loss....do it!

12:19 PM, July 18, 2008  
Blogger John said...

First. Intel hasn't been found guilty of anything, by anyone. YET.

Second. The legal battle and AMD's engineering have nothing to do with each other. The investigation in the EU(and the rest of the world) was instigated by those governments, not AMD. AMD's suit here in the US came after AMD waited YEARS for our FTC to do something.

I am NOT defending AMD's engineers or current product offereings. They have dropped the ball and there is no denying that. I am however pointing out the trollish nature of Evil Merlin's idiotic post.

8:29 AM, July 26, 2008  

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