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1) Include source in the title

2) Author is Vlad Savov, not 'bright side of news'

3) brb breakfast
sorry it's my first time
    
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good. now we need OSes that actually use it.
OSes support multi-threading. Use of multiple threads is an application issue.
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Maybe Nvidia is close to completing work on the ultraportable nuclear reactor.
this^

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What's up with this backwards thinking? Sure a few years ago people would say that about 1 ghz ARM chips in our phones nowaday..
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Wow...battery hog! Good lord, phones will have to have a 20 pound battery just to last 1 day on battery
So much for ultra low voltage .
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Maybe Nvidia is close to completing work on the ultraportable nuclear reactor.
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I hoped tegra 3 to come with 2ghz
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In all honestly, are quad-core desktops even justified for 95% of people?
Same can be said about 270hp V6 family sedans. A Camry now traps near 100 mph in the 1/4 mile.

Just 10 years ago, a Mustang couldn't trap that fast. Just 20 years ago, a Corvette couldn't keep up. Dial the clock back 30 years, and you're now at Porsche Turbo and Ferrari territory.

But people have them because the technology is cheap enough to say: why not?
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post #38 of 51
I wait the day when I check OCN and see an article titled something like, "Virus-Built Nanomachine Battery Going into Mass Production" or "Carbon Nano Tubes in Your Phone by Next Spring". Otherwise all this quad-core/hex-core stuff only makes me think less and less battery life.
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I wait the day when I check OCN and see an article titled something like, "Virus-Built Nanomachine Battery Going into Mass Production" or "Carbon Nano Tubes in Your Phone by Next Spring". Otherwise all this quad-core/hex-core stuff only makes me think less and less battery life.
This. Electronics have come very far and yet we hardly hear of any new or improved batteries. I think we need people that make devices to also work on batteries for them, otherwise the private sectors will just keep getting their patents bought out by the oil companies.

Besides I think batteries the way they are pretty much tapped out now anyway. We need something new that has a lot of room to grow development wise.

Good news for the quad core though. I hope they can use it to make money by making a product that will fill the gap between pads/tablets and laptops.
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Not all that surprised, ARM certainly has the capability to scale much further then it has already. I think a dual core design will be more efficient in terms of performance and power consumption; a quad core like this is more about bragging rights then any demand for that kind of performance in a tablet.
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