intel always want to have the best things that are released in its hands...intel wants t get in every concept cpu ,smartphones, cpu ,ssd etc.they are pretty annoying ugh.
Not sure why Intel needs software patents. Intel should stick with hardware, because that's what they do best.
When Intel buys something its for sure that they know how good the product is or could be. Intel will strive to develop new and improved products in today's competitive Marketplace which is their job as innovators :)
This is a bit strange. They must have something they are working on, that are they are just stock piling stuff.
I shudder at the idea of a RealNetworks codec; I mean what can they do better that stuff like a MPEG-4 encoded MKV or even a high-resolution AVI file can do? Well maybe better compression with better details but I'm still a bit weary of RealNetworks after what they did in 2004 and beyond.
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I pretty much view them as spyware; plain and simple.
DangerRenegade:I pretty much view them as spyware; plain and simple.
Ha-Ha! You got that right! RealNetworks is Spyware. I've been gleefully deleting their crapolla software from people's PC's for years.
But, I don't see any implementation of RealNetwork's patents ~by Intel~ as being so. I guess we can start calling them Intel's patents now. It's obvious to me that Intel has just bought into a great idea for churning out flawless media on low powered PC's in order to compete with AMD's APU-Fusion platform. Certainly if someone has come up with a great idea, Intel can afford to buy it, rather than develop it themselves. They're the Shark in the Pond and have that gigantic war chest of cold, hard, cash to work with.
I do trust Intel to leave the spyware out of their products,.....so far.
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Real Player was one of the most aggravating pieces of software I've ever used. It was more like a virus than a useful program.
intel just don't know what to do to make AMD disappear.
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