And to think that one of these days none of these giants will exist anymore.
No Nvidia vs AMD/ATI?
And MS vs Sony could get in the list because of PS vs Xbox
Added to my previous comment: another important continuing battle is APPLE vs Civilization.
Apple stole its iPhone "innovation" from the Sony smartphone: shape, camera placement, etc, using East Asian manufacturers, re-packaged under its own USA name. As Donald Trump says, they are the major exporter of jobs from the USA, and the main reason for the non-payment of morally deserved taxes to nations selling Apple products. Most other companies were forced to follow Apple's tax-robbing "innovation".
Apple further forces an iTax on its users by avoiding ISO hardware standards. They force the iSheep to avoid USB a, b & c standards, forcing Apple iSheep into expensive, rare options, as long as they can. Rather than using common terms like HD or "Full HD", they create their own meaningless word "Retina Display". https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Retina_Display https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lightning_(connector
Lucky for Apple, most technology writers are unaware of how Apple re-packages and ignores the original creators of Apple's "innovations". This is reinforced by the international biased USA patent system which enforces "USA" patents into USA-ownership, ignoring the creators of the "innovation".
The iSheep will be deprived of wireless recharging, unless the USA para-military (law-enforcers) decide again to wage another battle in the war against the EU, Samsung, etc.
Amstrad v Spectrum v Commodore 64 - three way 8 bit battle royal...... (most games came out on all three platforms but due to the hardware differences in each ended up being wildly different). The Amstrad and Spectrum versions tended to be similar (due to the Z80 at the heart of each) but the commodore version (great sprite handling and SID chip) was often the most colourful and manic version.The ones I recall best are the ZX Spectrum Vs Commodore 64 and the Atari ST Vs the Commodore Amiga.
That’s typical fandom at it’s most eloquent. For sure. Benchmarking games and monitor expansions is one thing. There are many things intel and Nvidia fall flat on too! That’s perspective and use, more than quality.Whether it's Intel vs. AMD or AMD vs. Nvidia, I don't really consider either to be a true "rivalry" because you have a clear dominating power. INTEL and NVIDIA are laughing at AMD/ATI.
NEVER were competitors. Several proprietary brands of Unix were always at each others throats (HP, Sparc, BSD), but Linux was never a commercial threat - - until Unix just vaporized. Today, Linux is the dominate web server OS, regardless of the hardware platform.Many other computer battles are history,... Unix vs Linux.