Well, things are looking slightly better for AMD this quarter. While revenues continued to decline the company actually posted a profit of $37 million, a stark contrast to $590 million net loss from last quarter. Still, with revenues down 11 percent sequentially and 10 percent year-over-year to just $1.41 billion the company isn't meeting expectations. Earnings per share were aticipated to hit $0.07, but the Sunnyvale crew only managed an EPS of $0.05. The company blames the softening PC market for its continued struggles, especially in the desktop space where it has traditionally enjoyed more success. It continues to plug away with its A and E series APUs, but it's still struggling to make much of a dent in a world increasingly dominated by Intel. The Computing Solutions division saw its revenues decrease 13 percent both sequentially and year-over-year, while the GPU department was down five percent for the quarter, but steady compared to the same time last year. For more detail hit up the source link.
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Kingswood RFC are inviting sellers and buyers to the clubs first ever car boot sale, set to be held at the Gloucester 1 clubs ground on Sunday 5th August. Gates will be open to sellers from 7.45am and entrance to buyers from 8.30am.
Entrance is £5 per car and £8 per van or car with trailer.Please note that no van larger than a short wheel based transit will be permitted! At Kingswood RFC, Grimsbury Road Playing Fields, Kingswood, Bristol, BS15 9RA.
Toilets, parking for buyers and refreshments available.
Due to the wonderful summer we are having please keep an eye on our website the day before in case of cancellation. www.kingswoodrfc.co.uk