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Intel will today brief journalists on the progress of its Katmai MMX processors but not us because we daren’t sign non disclosure agreements (NDAs). The chip giant is now expected to roll out the first of its Katmai babies in February and will move to .18 micron technology through the whole of 1999. But not before it introduces faster Celerons and mobile Celerons in early January, as first revealed here in The Register We love a challenge here at the anti-Satanic offices. Look out for further details during the day. ®

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