Microsoft Down 10% Today Due To Weak PC Demand

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July 19 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg Adam Johnson reports on the latest tech earnings including Microsoft, Google and Intel on Bloomberg Television's "Lunch Money." (Source: Bloomberg)

Let's start with microsoft, its stock down 10% today.

The company reported its biggest myth in almost a decade.

They blamed weak pc demand and a $900 million writedown in its surface tablet inventory.

Steve ballmer has his work cut out for him.

Google also missing the estimate.

Collet the mobile growing pains.

Advertisers pay than 6% less to click ads on mobile advertising.

Good for them, bad for google.

Does anyone use a pc anymore?

Maybe at the office.

To help address this, google is unveiling new mobile at products.

Stay tuned for about one today.

Google shares are down the most in nine months today.

And intel sought its decline for a fourth straight -- sought a decline for the fourth straight quarter.

It gets most of its business from the pc market.

The the -- the new ceo has a challenge of solving pc shipments.

They're big challenge will be to

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