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Jul 9, 2008

Intel + Dreamworks = HD 3d movie

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Dreamworks Pictures has already settled for partnership with intel processor, the leading in multi core architecture and technology in processors in gaining more advance, high definition, and best quality 3d movie which is monsters vs Aliens which will be released next march. Dreamworks is noted for its best 3d animation movie like: Shrek, Over the Hedge, Bee Movie and Kung Fu Panda.
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Intel is known for its great advancement in microprocessors and today, partnership with dreamworks pictures is a big opportunities to promote their multi-core processors, show everyone the power of intel and leave advance micro devices(AMD) company behind. It's a good news for intel and a bad news for AMD. Intel will provide multi-core processors for dreamworks for peoducing the upcoming film, "Monsters VS Aliens".

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