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Intel and AMD are poised for a worse PC market this year than predicted
NVIDIA reported collapsed sales of graphics cards in the second quarter and expects further decline in the third quarter
The global semiconductor industry's capital spending for 2021 and 2022 will exceed $338 billion
NVIDIA's third quarter revenue will not exceed $6.5 billion, analysts say
Back in the 90s: Desktop CPU sales have slipped to the level of 30 years ago
NVIDIA's gaming graphics card sales plummeted 44% in the quarter: Company blames \"macroeconomic situation\"
Decline in mining will force NVIDIA to say goodbye to super profits for years to come
Capital spending in the semiconductor industry could be cut by 16% next year
AMD's consumer CPU and GPU sales will drop 6-7% in 2023, but consoles and EPYC will make up for it
If U.S.government fails to provide subsidies, Intel will spend more on building facilities in Europe
Since the beginning of last year, miners have spent about $3 billion buying video cards
Intel is losing ground - it could be overtaken for the first time by TSMC in Q2 revenue
Morgan Stanley analysts think that Intel underestimates the difficulties of contract business development
AMD expects stable growth in all areas - the big bet is on the server segment
Intel talks about the role of the contract business in its future development - it will make the company more flexible
Intel is preparing for a shrinking PC market in the coming months
Japanese suppliers of materials for chip production have increased prices for their products
Western Digital's flash memory business may become independent
Semiconductor market in 2022 will grow by 11% in money even in the current challenging environment
Qualcomm is ready to become a shareholder of Arm, if there are companions