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We listened to Intel and Nokia's announcement and could not stop wondering - this was a verbatim copy from the Intel-TSMC announcement couple of months ago. Much talk, but low on substance.
Qualcomm released its counter-part to nVidia's Tegra, putting a nice marketing spin on the name MID [Mobile Internet Device]. World meet Qualcomm Smartbook [oh no].
Nokia Siemens Networks [NSN], the Finnish-German joint venture, said it will buy the CDMA and LTE assets of Canadian-based Nortel Networks in a $650 million deal to strengthen its position in North American markets.
We are six months away from the next International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), but they just announced the topics for their 2010 extravaganza. CES plans to have more than 200 conferences between January 7-10, 2010.
While mainstream media went all over possibility for Verizon to offer iPhone 4G - something else is brewing... something that is a danger to all of its competitors. And very good for us, consumers.
No sex, some lies and a lot of marketing mumbo-jumbo - when will these telecom providers learn?
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