maybe i can play brick dude in 3d soon!
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I can see some of TI's rationals here, plus national may hold other key elements there looking for, such as patents, or even facilities. TI seems to be having or trying to have a larger role in the mobile space to for smart phones and tablets as well as in the ARM processor market.
6.5 Billion wow who had that in their Scrooge McDuck vault. This merger sounds like it will be positive by making TI a much larger powerhouse of a company.
well like TI says, " you can have whatever you like." I think this is good for TI. The demand for smartphones/tablets keeps going up, so this is a move that will help keep them ahead of the game.
Hey, the more the better, as long as it will benefit us the consumers!
The loss of $25 a share for stockholders will easily be made up over time with this acquisition by TI, with a stronger quote "unmatched" development team and a wider range of products and access to more idea's and kinds of technology for products, I think since stock prices have dropped as a result of the purchase now is a time to buy into some of TI's stock since their value is going to raise as a result of this, especially since their coming out with multi-core mobile chips like the OMAP 4 and 5
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