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February 08, 2006


Joe Pemberton

Excellent interview. It's true that in the desktop personal computing world it is gaming (and media to a lesser degree) that have driven the demand for faster machines and better rendering. The parallel to mobile is a good one to observe.


Miikka Lyytikäinen

Thank you Tom,
interesting read. The direct to consumer model might change to become a reality with the web browsing in mobile devices & games made with ie. Flash (especially mobile Flash Lite).


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