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Qualcomm leads smartphone processor market

5/8/2013 08:56 PM EDT
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eewiz
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eewiz   5/9/2013 4:05:21 AM
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"In contrast Intel gained just 0.2 percent revenue share" this must be the real numbers. a few days back there was this nonsensical report on how Intel have 7-8% of mobile market.

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SuperBear   5/9/2013 8:41:23 PM
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Dude, it is 7-8% tablet market.

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eewiz   5/10/2013 4:12:10 AM
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if u wud have read thru the comments in that article, you would have understood why 7-8% are just baloney. They basically counted the Core i5/7 based win 8 tablets which makes no sense.

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Chipguy1   5/10/2013 12:51:28 AM
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.2 % after 10 years Intel does not have the DNA to compete in mobile market. It required cost cost cost focus Even the .2% was not earn but bought with marketing/development $

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