If you like millions opened the Wall Street Journal this morning, you would have seen this headline screaming at you: Big Bet Behind Intel Comeback: In Chips, Speed Isn’t Everything. The story waxes eloquent about how chipzilla survived the downturn and is making a comeback, thanks to its well-timed moves into wireless and mobile computing. It has some interesting points but being a naysayer, I thought would be prudent to point out. Click here to read the full analysis.
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