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AMD launched its corporate blog today with a decidedly lackluster post about its efforts to get computers to half the world’s population by 2015. It’s a great goal, and also one of the best things to bring up with AMD CEO Hector Ruiz if you want […]

AMD launched its corporate blog today with a decidedly lackluster post about its efforts to get computers to half the world’s population by 2015. It’s a great goal, and also one of the best things to bring up with AMD CEO Hector Ruiz if you want to see him get excited, but in the midst of AMD’s very real troubles, the entry is bland, bland, bland. I don’t expect an Intel smackdown, but hope to see something more substantive about AMD and the chip market next time.

  1. Thank God AMD is taking real concrete steps to fix its problems! This blogging will open new markets for the company. Soon they’ll add Google AdSense and other advertising. The company will then morph from a chip company to a shiny new Web 2.0 blogging site.

    OK, that’s all the sarcasm I could muster. I need a nap now.
    Off to Twitter about my nap time.

  2. The new AMD/ATI graphics cards rock.

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