Top Tech Analyst Updates Outlooks: Entropic Guidance, Riverbed Competition, Intel Downgrades, and Cree Versus Universal Display

 Top Tech Analyst Updates Outlooks: Entropic Guidance, Riverbed Competition,
             Intel Downgrades, and Cree Versus Universal Display

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PRINCETON, N.J., July 12, 2013

PRINCETON, N.J., July 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --Next Inning Technology Research
(, an online investment newsletter focused on
technology stocks, has issued updated outlooks for Entropic Communications
(Nasdaq: ENTR), Riverbed Technology (Nasdaq: RVBD), Intel (Nasdaq: INTC), Cree
(Nasdaq: CREE), and Universal Display (Nasdaq: OLED).

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Topics discussed in the latest reports include:

-- Entropic: McWilliams suggested buying Entropic earlier this year when the
price dipped below $4. What can investors take away from Entropic's recent
announcement revising its revenue guidance? Is Entropic doing a good job of
communicating its story to investors? Does McWilliams expect Entropic to move
higher from here, or are investors better off allocating their funds

-- Riverbed: With Wall Street finally coming around to McWilliams' point of
view on the competitive threats facing Riverbed, has the stock fallen far
enough to make it an attractive target for buying? Or is competition likely to
further hollow out the value proposition offered by Riverbed?

-- Intel: Why does McWilliams believe the analyst downgrades that hit Intel
earlier this week are based on a woefully outdated point of view? What are
some Wall Street analysts still missing about the Intel story, and why might
this tech blue chip be poised to confound Wall Street expectations? What does
McWilliams see changing in the Intel story now that it can fit into what he
calls the critical three "envelopes?"

-- Cree and Universal Display: McWilliams strongly encouraged Next Inning
readers to load up on Cree during 2012 when it was priced in the $20s. Does
he think now is the time to take some profits and split the bet on energy
efficient lighting between Cree and Universal Display? What has been behind
the recent elevated volatility in Cree shares and is it likely to continue?

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