[Intel is keeping mum on its plans to introduce a 64-bit desktop version of its Itanium processor, but don't look for the industry leader to take AMD's affront lying down.] I don't think [Intel's] in a hurry, ... They'll wait and see how AMD does, but they have their own road map in mind and they're sticking to it.

But this is more a statement about end demand than market-share direction.

This is a practical, pragmatic Steve Jobs decision.

The faster the memory goes, the less room there is for error in a system like the Xbox 360.

AMD is the real indicator.

With mobility comes more complexity.