I've always been a person that believed that there was always room for AMD and Intel - obviously each has their strong points... but <A HREF="http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=14009" target="_new"> this </A> is enough to put me off Intel for life. If AMD did this - I would be seriously bitter with them too. I mean, how does Intel and Intelrecon fit together? How can someone be that stupid that you won't know the difference? It seems the only people stupid enough to get confused is Intel themselves?
I think the courts worldwide should stop stuff like this happening. I mean the mike-rowe soft case is another stupid example. At least M$ gave the dude more than enough compensation for his domain name - which intel could prolly learn from.
I agree its extremely far fetched; especially as the website has *nothing* to do with intel products, nor wants to pretend anything else. What's next, intel to sue the FBI for using "intel"-ligence in their name ? I can appreciate a company wants to protect its copyrights and trademarks from theft or impersonation, but threatening a kid with a completely reasonable name for a gamingwebsite.. do these guys have nothing better to do ?
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This article is interesting. Not for the content (which is pretty poorly written), but for the attitude. After reading this article, can anyone really think that anything on the Inquirer's website is unbiased tech news? I know most of you understand that they are as bad as the National Enquirer, but some people still swear by this website. Does anyone fall into that category?