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  • Advanced Micro Devices - Worth The Risks If Management Follows Up On Serious Cost Savings  [View article]
    Comparing the recovering of AMD right now with 2008 is just a huge grave misleading, and irresponsible.
    The total market structure is drastically different now. PC market is disappearing right now. While in 2008, it was only an issue of general economy recovery.
    And, another major factor is the debt ratio. AMD now is so much more riskier than 2008 due to the fact of shrinking equity. Right now, AMD is at the brink of being a junk "rate". Beside, take a good look at the price chart from six months ago. Apparently, some big funds purposely drove the price to be over $8.00 with a lot of pumped up good news and expert's make belief rosy "analysis".After that, the price has been on a constant down slope. Who were the ones selling the small investors out with the insiders info, and plus the outsiders' huge "short sale"?
    Oct 15, 2012. 11:57 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Ultrabook An UltraFlop? Just 1 Of Intel's Problems  [View article]
    Talking about Intel's Ultra Books, go see their graphics. It is more than just "sucks".
    About the Mac Pro from Apple, an APU processor from Intel with another GPU from Nvdia. Just like driving a pickup with a sedan on top, and with both engine running.
    Are you experts blind?
    This is what our free enterprise, industry, and investment about?What's behind all of this?
    Conspiracy? Monoply?Corruption?
    Oct 3, 2012. 05:34 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Challenging Apple's high-end consumer notebook dominance isn't proving easy: IHS now expects only 10.3M ultrabooks to be sold this year, down from a prior forecast of 22M. The firm's 2013 forecast is lowered to 44M from 61M, and it's not hard to see a further revision if demand doesn't pick up. Intel (INTC) is hoping lower prices and the arrival of Windows 8 hardware will stoke demand. Weaker-than-expected ultrabook sales could be causing inventory problems for the chip giant.  [View news story]
    Let me remind you again, the "Ultra books" was created for one purpose only: To harass the Apple to use INTC's lousy and grafic poor chips.Now, INTC got this purpose done. APPLE and the consumers see the poor graphics too. But the reality and consequence will come. First, "ultra books" turned to be a joke. Second, INTC is going to be dumped by APPLE, and, by the market. Dirty trics, harassment, monoply schems work may be some times, not forever.
    Oct 2, 2012. 12:55 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Intel - How 22nm Yield Changes The Industry  [View article]
    How dose a contaminated dirty water claim and prove that they are clean and purified?
    Just through a self made declaration?
    This is one of the main reason that our stock investment is getting dirtier every day.
    Oct 1, 2012. 05:49 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Intel (INTC -1.7%), AMD (AMD -2.9%), Dell (DELL -1.9%), and H-P (HPQ -2.2%) underperform after Evercore's Rob Chira slashes his estimates on (what else?) concerns about PC demand. Chira now predicts 2012 PC unit sales will fall 4% Y/Y, worse than IDC's forecast, and expects flat sales next year. "We estimate Q3 units fall year-over-year across every major market: Consumer, corporate, desktop, notebook, U.S., Europe, and APAC," he writes. AMD is also getting hit by an estimate cut from JMP.  [View news story]
    Just go to any computer store and compare the graphics of AMD and INTC.
    INTC just like a car company who can only build and brag about their truck with huge engine. Oh, plus their unlimited business tricks.
    But the AMD is continuing to design and build better, cheaper, and more consumer oriented products.
    By the way, about the leaving of their financial VP, every one knows the reason. He did not get the position he thinks he should.
    But the "short" people surely jump on this opportunity to drive down the AMD shares.
    Sep 26, 2012. 03:41 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Budget Gaming Or Bust For Advanced Micro Devices  [View article]
    Someone should point out that the Intel isn't powering the graphics in the Retina Macbook Pro. The i7 is paired with Nvidia graphics, because Intel's graphics "Suck" (according to Steve Jobs in his biography).

    Again, Intel's graphics suck, and Apple knows it. That's why the Retina Macbook Pro has to have an Nvidia GPU.
    Jun 28, 2012. 02:42 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Ultrabook makers are reportedly struggling to reach the sub-$799 prices sought by Intel (INTC) by Q3, due to the high cost of components such as processors and solid-state drives. It has also been reported ultrabook makers are facing a metal chassis shortage, thanks to Apple's hoarding of supplies. Demand for the MacBook Air-like ultrabooks has underwhelmed thus far, and Intel is counting on lower prices and Windows 8's arrival to stoke demand.   [View news story]
    This not a surprise.
    With a louse video on their APU Ivybridge. Did INTLE expect all the customers are fools?
    Beside, the purpose of so called Ultrabooks was nothing but a hoax only to scare APPLE and force APPLE to use Ivybridge for the Macbooks. And so bad, APPLE did take this threat.
    Go to any computer stores, and compare the videos of ultrabooks with any AMD's video.
    It is a tragedy for our industry to give our customers the louse products just for the big corporation's evil intention and monopoly.
    Jun 27, 2012. 01:51 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment