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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