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On the day that the Dow notched its first triple-digit gain in over a month, Intel joined the party – well, in a minor way, to be sure – by beating Wall Street's lowered expectations for its most-recent quarter. The company reported quarterly revenue of $13.5bn, net income of $3bn, and earnings per share of 58¢. While those …

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wow

> "continued progress in Ultrabooks"

Hahaha oh you are serious? Intel's current market looks to now be officially mature. It might be a good time to really try and muscle in on ARM. Oh I forgot the x86 is a complete fail for sub watt cpus and even with Intel trying for over a decade they still haven't made a go of it yet.

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x86 instruction set I meant. Maybe Windows 8 will ride to the rescue. Almost kept a straight face on that one.

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"Apparently the moneymen had hoped for a miracle"

How often and how many different financial contexts have we seen that? Rational markets anyone?

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If Intel is pinning it's future on Ultrabooks

...they might as well turn off the lights now and go home - forever.

They can't buy Ultrabook sales with millions of marketing dollars because only a few people are dumb enough to pay thru their arse for an under performing, over-priced laptop when they can buy far better for the same price or much less.

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