No Revenue Growth for Intel in 2014
The world's biggest computer chip maker Intel, has said it expects no revenue growth in 2014.
The prediction arises as chip makers continue to see a fall in the sales of personal computers (PCs).
Sales of PCs have fallen six quarters in a row, greatly down to the growing popularity of tablets and smartphones.
As a result, computer chip makers have been looking to boost growth in other areas to try and sustain their development.
Revenues at Intel's division fell 4% in 2013; however, the company said there had been signs in the past few months that the PC sector was "stabilising".
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