Japan's SoftBank (SFTBY) will buy ARM Holdings (ARMH), a U.K. maker of wireless chip designs used by Apple (AAPL) and Samsung in smartphones, according to multiple reports. SoftBank will pay 23.4 billion pounds ($32 billion) for ARM Holdings, according to the Wall Street Journal. ARM Holdings dominates the market for wireless microprocessors for the Apple iPhone and other mobile devices.
craw... I couldn't make up your conjectures if I tried:
"What has Intel done since AMD hasn't compete? nothing."
"If AMD doesn't compete, Intel doesn't innovate."