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Wednesday, 19 September 2007 18:59

Intel is tracking your balls to the holls

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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IDF 2007: Intel needs Wireless for that

Dadi's theatre might be very successful one and these guys even thing that they are funny. The guy is running with Montevina notebook like he is chased by hitmen, mobile cars with notebooks and wireless are just the part of it.


But the best comment so far is that Dadi's assistant said that you can use this marhitecture for “Tracking your balls to the halls”. They watched the video of the chap playing golf.


We will give them a credit as they have the balls to say "balls" in front of two thousand important IT people.

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