Nothing in the stock price for Intel's highly profitable, cash cow deal with Altera, and the deal with Acronix.
Nothing in the stock price for the Cisco deal.
Nothing in the stock price for more big foundry deals. We know one big one is in the works.
Nothing in the stock price for Haswell which will be arriving sooner than expected.
Nothing in the stock price for Intel 14nm FinFET arriving at the end of the year.
Nothing in the stock price for Clover Trail or Bay Trail.
Nothing in the stock price for Airmont.
Nothing in the stock price for Intel's web TV project, which is looking stronger every day.
Nothing in the stock price for dual booting of both Windows 8 and Android.
Nothing in the stock price for the new deal with ZTE.
Nothing in the stock price for the new smartphones by Lenovo and Xolo.
Nothing in the stock price for the FonePad by Asus.
Nothing in the stock price for the success of the Surface Pro and Intel's new traction in tablets.
Nothing in the stock price for ARM's delays at 20nm.
Nothing in the stock price for ARM not having FinFET for years and years and years.
Nothing in the stock price for a potential iWatch deal.
Nothing in the stock price for Intel's partnership with Samsung on Tizen.
Nothing in the stock price for Intel's significant lead in getting to 450mm wafers.
Nothing in the stock price for the new smartphone just announced from Asus.
Nothing in the stock price for:
Intel plans to hit the holiday shopping season running with the release of new Ultrabooks (Starting at $599) sporting the chip giant's next-generation "Haswell" processors, faster solid state drives (SSDs), high-resolution touchscreen displays, and "all day" battery life...
everything you wrote here is reflected in the stock price.
Smart phones are now a commodity and inventory glut is developing next....
pads/tablets prices have to keep crashing too...
PC sales declining sharply and laptop price war between INTEL/AMD is already in place.
Server Low Power competition heats up next in 2014 and more nightmare for Intel
WEBTV is laugh for now...........
Fraud street Casino Banksters only pump Fraud bubbles with small floats and manipulate as long they see Revenue growth, even profits don't matter to them.
Intel is not a growth story folks, Despite all above listed claims and even all pan out, REVENUE will still shrink and margins shrink too will continue in 2013/14/15
Dividend yield is why this stock remains range bound in 2013 ($23-$18)
and Yes Intel Management has to deliver growth to breakout of this trading range...So all pumpers or dumpers here do not effect the trading pit at all.
WEBTV: a great laugh
Intel plans to offer a selection of live and on-demand TV programming, "catch-up" features and a programming interface that makes it much easier to find shows than with existing guides on set-top boxes from cable and satellite companies, said Erik Huggers, who heads a new group at the company called Intel Media.
But there will be several unique elements, he said.
For one thing, the set-top box the company plans to offer—which will be powered by Intel chips—will include a high-definition video camera and microphone that will enable several novel applications.
For example, Mr. Huggers said, the camera and facial-recognition technology will be able to identify who is watching the TV and tailor programming appropriately—such as blocking children in a household from watching adult TV shows. Families in multiple locations will also be able to conduct videoconferencing more easily, without laptop computers or tablets that can only easily show one face at a time, he said.