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Los Angelas, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/28/2013 -- Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC): The firm’s decision to shell out some $13 billion (as opposed to a mere $11 billion) this new year might have been mandatory so as to remain ahead of its competitors for time to come. Wall Street is apparently where the move is not liked as shares slid almost 7 percent Friday, which was the day after Intel executives made their capital expenditures increase known. Analysts weighed in, noting that it seemed illogical for the firm to expand capacity in the face of a waning personal computer market which could cause even more idle capacity if PC sales keep falling. However, others think that Intel really must maintain its tech edge, an expensive but necessary program that might even pay off in the long run with market share gains.
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The recent reports that Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) may join with Silver Lake to take Dell (DELL) private are not a signal that Microsoft is getting into the PC business. Dell must get into the solutions business as a service provider in the enterprise space. Its starting point happens to be PCs. So Dell starts out at the desktop, then servers. Oddly enough, Dell, the company that really beat IBM (IBM) at PCs by taking cost out of the supply chain, today has trouble competing with IBM. Yet Dell, as a leading PC manufacturer, has a strong brand and great reputation for things that today do not matter. As a result, it must transition its business into a services company to remain relevant. However, as a public company, it would not be given the proper time to plan and methodically transition itself in a smart, strategic way.
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Research In Motion (NASDAQ:RIMM) investors have been waiting for. The company has been pointing to Jan. 30 as its media event to introduce BlackBerry 10, hoping that the new mobile operating system will breathe new life into its smartphone business. The stock has been on a tear in recent weeks, so the market's expectations are understandably huge. The mobile market seems to be cornered by iOS and Android. If BlackBerry wants a second chance at relevance, it will have to be ready to wow the skeptics.
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Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) ITG Research is predicting a solid fourth quarter for Facebook due to its accelerating trends. The firm anticipates that Facebook’s quarterly North American revenue should be between $780 million and $800 million, which is above a Street consensus of $771 million. Shares of Facebook, Inc. (NasdaqNM:FB) are trading at $31.54 and is +10.15% from its 50-day Moving Average price of $28.6345 and +32.09% from its 200-day Moving Average price of $23.8781. The average trading volume is 69277600 shares and its market capitalization is $68.329B.
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