Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) shares closed up nearly 10% after it announced quarterly earnings -- despite $1.1 billion in losses and $51 million in revenue from its mobile chip division. Essentially, Intel is paying people to use its chips in tablets, but the stock surged in spite of mobile because of stabilizing PC sales and the data-center group income being up 40%.
In the This Week in Tech video below, The Motley Fool's general manager and senior tech analyst, Eric Bleeker, and tech bureau chief, Max Macaluso, talk about Intel's massive gains and whether the stock is still a buy after its recent run-up.
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