Will This Chipmaker Dominate the Smartwatch Space?
Take it to the bank -- the smartwatch space is set to absolutely explode.
True, Samsung's recently revealed Galaxy Gear left many investors wanting, but the space is still worth watching. And, any time we see a budding tech market, it always begs asking the question, who could the emerging leaders be? At least in the hopes of answering that question for smartwatch semiconductors, tech giant Intel recently made headlines by touting its new Quark line of chips at its developer conference. Indeed, this chip could be the future standard in this new growth market, with billions of potential sales for a company in dire need of a growth driver. So, is this the win Intel investors have been holding their breath for? In this video, tech and telecom analyst Andrew Tonner looks at the Quark, and whether investors should be buying on this potentially game-changing news.
While the Quark is a major opportunity for Intel, it certainly hasn't give up on Atom, either. The company knows full well that at stake is the future of a trillion-dollar revolution in mobile. To find out which of these giants is set to dominate the next decade, we've created a free report called, "Who Will Win the War Between the 5 Biggest Tech Stocks?" Inside, you'll find out which companies are set to dominate, and we'll give in-the-know investors an edge. To grab a copy of this report, simply click here -- it's free!
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