So should AMD dual-core owners feel
left out? Probably not. It's doubtful that many would be using Skype to conference
with 10 anyway. And even if you
would pursue the feature, I'm sure that there will be some hack/crack
to enable the feature in the near future...
quote: There's a difference between optimizing and locking out the competition
quote: Your false assumption is that greater than 50% of the market makes a monopoly
quote: The Supreme Court has defined monopoly power as the power to control prices or exclude competition. As a practical matter, such power is measured by the alleged monopolist's share of the relevant market. Absolute monopoly in the economic sense -- 100 percent of the market -- is a rare phenomenon, raising the question of how large a share a firm must possess to come within the statutory concept. Although there is no hard and fast rule, any market share of 50 percent or higher is sufficient to be of concern
quote: 2 months ago Intel released SMP patches for Call Of Duty 2 and Quake
quote: I'd be very surprised if AMD dual-core processors were totally blocked out from enjoying 10 user conferencing.