Originally Posted by Tsumi
Once everything no longer relies on x86, or x86 can be emulated on an ARM chip.
I don't really see that coming, the porridge like viscosity of those who fund tech departments nowadays woudn't have it.
Besides the ARM vs X86 are both well on in their years granted there has been improvements but surely there must be someway to do it better.
AMD getting in the midst of a terrible counterproductive industry (mobile, not necessarily ARM CPU) with their financial problems doesn't seem like the brightest idea.
- Sorry shareholders our largest buyer just got sued by everyone whilst suing everyone else, so instead of making a new device their going to protect the sales of their old ones and stick with the aging processor that right now costs less than a can of soda.