ARM's up from 22 to near 44 since you said it was in decline. Intel is down from 29 to 21. You aren't fooling anyone, pappie. You saying ARMH is declining and Intel is moving up based on the facts i just stated makes you look like no more than a lunatic running through the streets, flapping his ARM's. ARM down 2 little bucks since it made a 100 percent move up and you try to decieve people into thinking you know something? Laughable. UTTERLY laughable.
You are referencing information from a College Kid that writes on Seeking Alpha. Your incessant pumping is beyond disgusting, because you don't even know what you are talking about. you just copy, paste and pump. Copy, paste and pump.
More insults but absolutely no subtance. Go copy and paste another list on how we are headed to 3.00 EPS. You are a tool shed.
I looked back and saw where you had a similar list compiled on what was going to send Intel to $3.00 EPS. Ultrabooks, etc... That was 2 years ago. You bring NOTHING to the table.
I see absolutely NO argument from you on why Intel revenues are going to increase. Stop the ARM bashing man. You do it over and over and over. I guess because you can't make a good case for Intel? Between ARM bashing and calling every poster that doesn't bow down to Intel stupid, you really are the worst poster on here.
So we'd have to bring in 100 million a year to get the dividend to 2 dollars? I guess the Dividend is about done or maybe even about to decline.
I'm pretty new to Dividends. Can Intel increase the Dividend for years? 5? 10? 20? Do Dividends typically have a cut-off date or what's the deal? Can there ever be a 2 dollar dividend? 3? 5?????/
Intel, Qualcomm will speak on mobile chip development
Mike Rogoway, The Oregonian By Mike Rogoway, The Oregonian
on March 15, 2013 at 11:55 AM
Few companies illustrate the impact of the mobile computing revolution better than Qualcomm and Intel.
Qualcomm has enjoyed a surge of business as electronics demand shifts from the PC to mobile devices, with wireless capabilities tightly integrated with microprocessors.
Sales leaped nearly 30 percent last year despite an overall poor year for the chip industry. With a market capitalization topping $110 billion, and its stock near its highest point since the XXXXX era, Qualcomm surpassed Intel last year as the world's most valuable semiconductor company.
Intel's sales are more than double Qualcomm's, but those revenues -- and its share price -- are stagnant. Reliant on the slumbering PC industry, Intel has been unable to gain traction in the mobile market.
Another big difference: Intel makes its own chips, and bears the cost of all its technology upgrades. Qualcomm contracts that work out. Over time, Intel's manufacturing prowess may give it an advantage -- but that's a long game.
The contrasting visions will be on stark display May 1 at a breakfast forum organized by SEMI, a trade group of chip industry suppliers.
The event pairs Qualcomm director of business development Samir Kumar with Rohit Vidwans, director of products for Atom -- Intel's mobile chip.
The May 1 event, at Intel's Ronler Acres campus in Hillsboro, begins at 8 a.m. Advance tickets are $55 for SEMI members, or $75 for nonmembers. (Prices go up $20 after April 17.)
Dell Reveals Crazy Big 18-inch Windows 8 Tablet/AIO
2:00 PM - March 15, 2013 by Kevin Parrish - source: Dell
Is it a super-huge tablet, a super-slim AIO PC, or a cool hybrid?
Ok, so maybe it's not a tablet but rather a super-thin AIO PC called the Dell XPS 18. Slated to launch here in the United States on April 16 starting at USD 899.99, it will sport an 18.4-inch capacitive touch Full HD display -- nearly twice that of Apple's iPad -- but have an overall weight of 4.85 pounds. That said, should it be characterized as a super-huge tablet or as a super-light AIO? You be the judge.
"It features much of the power you would expect from an AIO while still being surprisingly portable, so you can use it in many different rooms in the house," said Dell chief blogger Lionel Menchaca. "It works well as a streaming media device in the living room, viewing recipes or cooking videos in the kitchen, or as a homework machine in the kids' room."
While the specs aren't available online, the device will be sold with a Bluetooth mouse and keyboard, with custom flip-out feet to convert the device from a tablet to a desktop. The "starting" model will reportedly include a dual-core Pentium ULV processor and a 320 GB HDD. Higher-end models are said to include a third-generation Intel Core i7 CPU, 8 GB of RAM and a 512 GB SSD. The battery will offer around five hours of life on a single charge.
"It features an aluminum back with soft grip for traction and comfort," Menchaca said. "Overall craftsmanship and flexibility were two key focuses for our design team. You can use it in a number of ways: on an adjustable powered stand so it can be used with a wireless keyboard and mouse, on a desk or surface with flip-out feet so it can be set to a comfortable viewing angle, totally flat for collaborating or browsing, or even like a newspaper for reading."
The people placing these targets WANT TO BUY Intel at that price, so why not try to help get it there? Remember Romit Shah? I haven't heard a word from him since he got his second chance to buy Intel at 19. Not a peep.
khitchdee•5 hours ago
+The sales numbers have spoken. It looks like Microsoft has a veritable hit on their hands. With the intro of Haswell, some of the criticism around this PC will get addressed. Also, this leads the way for core series chips to be put to use in tablets which is probably a win for core series sales volumes. If I was Qualcomm or NVidia, I would be very scared about competition for tablet chips in this form which neither has a chance of competing with at least on the performance front.
Windows 8 it seems is set to take off as a touch OS albeit a little slowly contrary to earlier reports
March 12, 2013
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We deliver higher density," Freund said recently. "And they (Facebook) are interested in the concept." The Austin company has laid the technical foundation for its products and now it is gearing up for a faster pace of product development.
"The learning experience (on a first generation of products) is incredibly valuable," Freund said. "It allows us to be more competitive and it gives us incumbency.
"This is the model the ARM server market will see for the next five years," he said. "The performance will increase generation by generation and the generations will come out fast and furious. And each time, we will carve off another piece of the market."
Wow, a blatant attempt to deceive. You make it sound like it's some project where ARM is helping Intel. What a farce. Are there any knowledgeable posters here or just terrified longs?
Not a single comment about this article, yet direct attacks on me. Interesting to see that no Intel longs refutre ANY of this possible stiff competition ahead. Very telling.
So I'm a known poster that you don't like because I post both the good and questiionable about Intel? Interesting to see that you think that much of yourself. Did the article about Calxeda servers bother you? Apparently you did as you went right after me as a poster. You just confrmed you are scared? Care to comment on the article? Get real if you think this board is going to be nothing but backflips about Intel. I want to hear what people think. I'm not hear to tip toe around what I say so that a bunch of scared longs can sleep well at night.
The performance will increase generation by generation and the generations will come out fast and furious. And each time, we will carve off another piece of the market."