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Why Intel Has Spring Fever

By Doug Ehrman - Apr 18, 2013 at 7:00PM

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With lukewarm earnings, Intel and Samsung have a big reason to look toward the future.

With Intel (INTC -0.79%) reporting earnings that just met consensus expectations and gave investors little to cheer about, the company has much to look forward to as the weather gets warm. Late this summer, Tizen, the new smartphone OS being developed by a consortium of Asian telecoms and Intel, is expected to be released. At the center of the pack is Samsung, which continues to demonstrate its skill in challenging the likes of Apple (AAPL -1.92%) even within the Google (GOOGL -4.95%) Android framework.

In the below video, Fool.com contributor Doug Ehrman discusses how, with the release of Tizen, Intel and Samsung may become even more capable of competing on the global smartphone stage.

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