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While Intel's success in smartphones is limited today, its close-second position in cellular basebands could prove the ultimate long-term competitive differentiator.
AMD seems impatient to bring its ARM-based server chips out to system builders. And why not? This product line could be a game changer if AMD plays it right.
This Fool is going to make three market calls that will play out in the coming days.
It's pretty clear that Intel turned the screws on AMD in the PC market during the fourth quarter and will continue to do so over 2014.
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Intel's chips keep the world running. Here's what keeps Intel running.
Big G has big plans to build its own server chips, but unless the search giant has billions to spend on the effort, it's likely to come up short of replacing Intel.
Fresh-faced Intel CEO Brian Krzanich is getting used to his executive chair. He'll use 2014 as a transitional year, building a solid strategy for Intel's long term.
J.P. Morgan's Harlan Sur tells investors that major cellular wins at Samsung and another "major cell phone vendor" are coming. Is it time to get excited?