HP Pays Half for Nvidia's Graphic Problems
Aug 01, 2008, 15:30 (0 Talkback[s])
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"So, the companies are being bled to the tune of eight digits
and getting kicked in the sensitive parts as a thank-you. The one
way they could clear the air is to say "We got a batch of defective
chips from Nvidia, we are sorry. This isn't our fault, but we will
make it right". Easy enough, and they will have to do this
eventually, either because of bad PR or lawsuits, but for some
reason they are shutting up. Large corporations are not known
generally for masochism, especially when there is an easy out with
most sides winning.
"But they are not doing it. Makes sense, right? No, it doesn't,
and there is only one good reason for this to happen, they are
being shut up."
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