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Intel Has Been Busy Busy Busy

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Intel isn't letting any moss grow on it announcing another new chip in the oven. Besides the dual-core announced yesterday, a 64-bit Pentium 4 due out by months end. Here's a story reporting an increase in speed for the Xeon line. In addition, TechWorld is giving us a little sneak peak into some of Intel's plans for the future.

But hold the phone. Ed Taylor is reporting that IBM's Cell "surpasses Intel's chips in speed, performance and number of transistors" and is planning a desktop featuring said chip by years end. Will this put a bite in the Intel market lead?

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