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Re: Elon Musk can stick his submarine where it hurts
« Reply #200 on: September 10, 2018, 01:22:15 pm »
Will Apple forever be the most dominant tech company? - no, of course not.  It will fade away at some point - as all large companies eventually do.

the recent i9 macbook problems shows that their quest for tiny laptops with large CPU are hitting a wall
but they announced 2020 onwards they are using their own inhouse CPU, and it is a secret thing. hard to say isnt it? they are ditching intel cos they got no 7nm?

i think we need more  :popcorn: to see what apple is up to  :-//
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i think the one fading away is intel  :-// ...
if amount of intelligence is a quantitative number and can be counted, how much of that mind power is dedicated to pursuing science ... i think is a very very low number. the skewing away from science is created by ... *fill in the blanks*

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