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Broadcom Sees the Linuxy Light at Last

January 13, 2011 No Comments

Separate wireless chips, “will go the way of add-on sound cards,” asserted Slashdot blogger hairyfeet. “That is why I think Broadcom is now ‘showing the love,’ as it is nothing but a gamble to help them stay alive in a market that will quickly pass them by. We saw Sun try the same trick towards the end of their life, but it didn’t help there either.”

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