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5 Intel Bets That Didn't Work Out

While Intel is making big pushes into new ventures like connected cars and autonomous drones, not all of the company's bets have worked out, including an ambitious plan to build augmented reality glasses. Here are five bets that didn't pay off for Intel.

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Not All Bets Pay Off As Intended

While Intel is making big pushes into new ventures like connected cars and autonomous drones, not all of the semiconductor giant's bets have worked out as planned. In the past year, the Santa Clara, Calif.-based company made two of its largest acquisitions — collision avoidance software provider Mobile and reprogrammable chip marker Altera. At the same time, the company has made large divestments with the sale of subsidiaries Wind River and McAfee. And in the last few years, the company shuttered other projects that sought to help Intel gain a foothold in the mobile and wearables space.

What follows is a look at five Intel bets that didn't work out as the company intended.

 
 
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