Intel reported its fiscal Q2 2013 earnings a few moments ago, and they just fell short of analyst predictions. The legendary chipmaker reported earnings of $0.39 per share and $12.8 billion in revenue (down 5 percent from the year-ago quarter) this time around. According to the consensus provided by Bloomberg and Yahoo Finance, analysts expected the company to report earnings of $0.40 per share on $12.9 billion in revenue.

While it’s a seemingly mild miss, some of Intel’s most important divisions saw some unsettling drops — its PC Client group, for instance, accounted for $8.1 billion of that pie up 1.4 percent, but that figure is down 7.5 percent from last year.

Intel has spent what seems like ages now trying to revitalize itself while people continue to pass over more traditional PCs in favor of tablets and smartphones. Estimates released earlier this month by the analysts at Gartner…

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