our posts are just as annoying and thread destructive as those you post about. It is amazing you don't understand that you are just one side of a bad coin.
AT&T Plans to Begin 5G Testing This Year
AT&T unveils its 5G roadmap
The danger is that on good market days they sell it short heavily. Then on bad market days it simply follows the market down. INTEL needs some catalyst and the company isn't giving a reason to buy.
12:01 am ET February 12, 2016 (Dow Jones) Print
By Thomas Gryta
AT&T Inc. plans to begin its first trials of fifth-generation cellular technology, or 5G, this year as wireless carriers look for higher speeds and more capacity amid the growth of mobile data usage.
Cellular networks have evolved as the use of mobile connections has changed. Originally built for voice calls, they now are largely engineered to carry Internet data. Even voice calls increasingly are being carried in the same way as Web traffic. AT&T and other U.S. carriers have spent billions upgrading their networks in recent years to 4G standards, which deliver fast speeds and improve network efficiency.
AT&T said it is working with networking-equipment company Ericsson and chip maker Intel Corp. on its 5G effort. It predicted that 5G technology will bring wireless speeds that are 10 to 100 times faster than typical 4G connections, noting that speeds will be measured in "gigabits per second, not megabits."
As part of the program, AT&T is testing fixed wireless connections--essentially providing broadband to households through the cellular
the results are good for INTC. You have to remember the press was very bad lately. Including today. I think INTC is holding up very well against the crashing markets.
Hey idiot! I am not your Lucy! You have serious problems. You think Essa and your "Lucy" affect the stock. When a real reason is posted you don't accept it. Because they say it doesn't mean it is correct or that it isn't priced in. I does however affect how the stock is traded. You could see that much for yourself, but you are too wrapped up in your childish titfortats.
Notebook Shipments Took a Header in January -- Market Talk
6:59 am ET February 10, 2016 (Dow Jones) Print
6:59 ET - Pacific Crest slashes its forecast on January notebook shipments to a 32% tumble from 19% as "supply-chain conversations indicate" PC makers' customers have "excess" inventory. The investment bank thinks that was caused by "weaker-than-expected" 4Q sales at retail, leaving plenty of supply to sell. As such, Pacific Crest is now projecting a 26% shipment drop from 4Q, versus 20% before, and 13% below year-earlier levels. If that new forecast comes to pass, it would be the largest-ever quarter-over-quarter shipment drop for noetbooks--topping 1Q09's 20%. The bank adds if 32% was in fact January's monthly slump, that would be a record. In light of the update, it says 1Q consensus estimates on processor makers Intel (INTC) and AMD "appear too high." It also lowers estimates on HP (HPQ) and Microsoft (MSFT).
I missed whatever it is.
Nuance Reports Q1 Adj. EPS $0.36 vs $0.33 Est., Sales $494.9M vs $491.5M Est.
Intel Co. logoGoldman Sachs upgraded shares of Intel Co. (NASDAQ:INTC) from a sell rating to a neutral rating in a research report sent to investors on Tuesday morning, The Fly reports. Goldman Sachs currently has $31.00 target price on the chip maker’s stock.