Well, yes, semiconductor sales for producst other than PCs, servers and laptops, have grown. There has been big growth in tablets, smartphones and chips related to automotive systems in particular. But AMD doesn't sell any successful smartphone, tablet or automotive chips. Intel does. NVDA does too. So does Samsung, Qualcomm, Apple and AMCC. But not AMD. Right now pretty much all of AMD's current sales are PCs, laptops and servers, and the really bad thing about that is that AMD has lost market share to competitors even in these shrinking segments.
AMD is no longer dying. It is dead. The decomposition will become apparent on the 17th.