Well, here we are after earnings, and at first glance, it appears the very company that was maligned by this whole market, is all of a sudden the new love child. We'll see how long that lasts. Ask TXN, ask BRCM, etc. how they did in chip sales for mobile, tablets, etc. TXN warned months ago of a very negative forecast for the rest of the year, and though they reported well, this shows the past, not the present, environment, and their big turn-around to automobile chips shows how hard it hit them and the necessity to change marketplace to survive. Read all the articles on the declining demand from abroad for our chips. India and Asia are making their own cheap chips to eventually replace QCOM's and like companies chips.