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At The Register we now believe that we have written wholly unjustifiable stories about large chip company Intel. Far from it being a raving, paranoid Satan that does what it likes to innocent companies, countries and individuals, we now believe that it is actually a caring, sharing community of fair minded people which has the best interests of the whole world community at heart. We at The Register therefore unreservedly apologise for ever describing Intel as the Great Satan of Chips, wish that it had succeeded in its legal action against us and know now that Andy Grove is a saintly, white-haired soul who truly cares about the community. May Beelzebub himself protect Andy in the future. And may the devilish legions that we now understand to belong to the Great Satan of Software be forever damned. That is, until the FTC case against Intel starts next February. ®

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