SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Advanced Micro Devices forecast stronger-than-expected revenue growth of 22 percent in the third quarter from the second, as the chip maker expands into new game consoles and other markets to offset slowing sales of personal computers. Full story
(Reuters) - Chipmaker Fairchild Semiconductor International Inc's <FCS.N> second-quarter profit missed analysts' estimates due to lower demand from makers of notebook PCs and mobile devices. Full story
GOING MOBILE: As consumers shift spending from PCs to tablets and smartphones, new Intel CEO Brian Krzanich vowed to give equal emphasis to the company's bread-and-butter "Core" processors for PCs and the smaller, cheaper Atom processors for mobile devices. Full story
Microsoft Corp. is expected to post higher earnings and revenue as its enterprise software business blunts a downturn in the market for personal computers. The software company based in Redmond, Wash., reports its fiscal fourth-quarter earnings on Thursday after the market closes. Full story
Stacy Smith, Intel CFO, speaks to CNBC's Jon Fortt about business as PCs fall on hard times. "We have unmatched assets to make the best devices," he says.
As the popularity of PCs wanes, here's where to look next in the technology sector, says Walter Price of Alliance RCM Technology Fund portfolio manager.
David Schmoock, North American President of Lenovo, discusses his company's move to build PCs in the U.S., with "Squawk on the Street's" Carl Quintanilla.
Jim Cramer explains what the negative calls on PCs could mean for your investments.
An Intel Inside sticker is seen on a personal computer for sale in San Diego, California in this April 22, 2013 file photo. Intel Corp cut its full-year revenue forecast as the personal computer industry experiences slumping sales and a shift toward tablets and smartphones. REUTERS/Mike Blake/File
An Intel Inside sticker is seen on a personal computer for sale in San Diego, California, April 22, 2013. REUTERS/Mike Blake
Gamers (including a Waldo, do you see him?) sit at some of the hundreds of PCs at PAX East.