While I partially agree with you, Intel has been using EU term since 2006. So it's very well known thing IMO.What exactly is an "EU"? You are aware that the first time you use an abbreviation that isn't well known in a piece of writing, you should explain what it is, because someone will be encountering it for the first time? But you guys didn't even do that in the earlier piece you linked to. Once again, y'all need an editor.
(Don't tell me "just Google it" as the onus is on the writer to provide clarity.)
What can I say here? About best troll post I have seen for long timeAre you serious or is that a lame attempt at sarcasm? If you're serious, what rock have you been living under, eh?
" EU " stands for European Union, a VERY common expression...