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Submission + - Why Intel's Decline Is Now Imminent ( 1

allwinter writes: Intel earnings have just been published for the last quarter, and they are not looking too good. Their profit declined. The worst part about it is that it will continue to decline, because Intel faces some major challenges that can’t be so easily fixed, and the market might not wait around for Intel to fix them.
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Why Intel's Decline Is Now Imminent

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  • I think Intel has a raft of opportunities. However, like a lot of established tech firms, Intel is a big bureaucracy and it does fantastic things but in a half hearted way.

    One gig they missed was that they didn't really push a mass market Linux on Intel consumer device, even though Intel has the best solution to offer (for non-gamers anyway) with a stable in-kernel open source drivers for graphics/wifi etc that just always works. The lack of a big push has allowed Android on ARM to become the post-Windows c

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