It has always been about phone chips for the last 5 years.
If Intel breaks into phones and takes massive market share, the stock goes up like a rocket.
The TV thing is a surprise but it too has a huge upside for Intel.
Oh yeah--I agree with the shorts when they trash Intel stock performance. They are of course factually correct in pointing out that Intel has not moved in 13 years.
But the upside for Intel in phones, TV, and other new areas to come is all NEW!
New revenue streams and massive net profit gains will come so 40 this year is still very possible.
How air is what America is so so full of don't you know.
Look at the blowhards on Fuxed up news. Their three pronged attack on Obummer has again gone into complete meltdown. Their attack is like a limp #$%$ without viagra from an 80 year old man.
Get over it you pathetic crybaby loser clown KKK Repuke trash nuts.
Just like the Inbred white trash in your party in the deep south, your time is fading away.
New revenue streams are great and there are numerous reasons why Intel can leverage its world class fabs and chip making know how to capture meaningful market share in tablets, smartphones and forthcoming wearable computers.
Intel also has a very good chance getting its processors inside cable settop boxes and continuing to sell servers to companies streaming pre-rcorded material.
But there is an abundance of sound reasons why Intel will not be successful making a viable business competing directly against cable operators delvering live TV.
You are correct on this point though. Intel's share price fate hinges on its success in mobile and has nothing to do with Intel Web TV, as long as the Web TV losses don't impact the company's overall financials.