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The PC Data figures on x.86 chip market share, certainly on the face of it, show AMD in a rosy hue. But dig a bit deeper and you'll find the truth. And, as you all know, the truth will out. PC Data figures show that Intel's market share of the $1,000 to $1,500 slice of the PC market is greater than 65 per cent. Intel's market share above $1,500 is 100 per cent, according to PC Data. That makes Intel a monopoly, doesn't it? Now what's the email address for the FTC? An Intel representative declined to comment on whether 100 per cent market share in a segment constituted a monopolistic situation or not...® Related Stories Intel-FTC settlement ignores pricing fork Intel to slash Pentium III prices on 11 April AMD thrashes Intel, again

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