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Whew...Katmai gone forever

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Well, at 2 pm London time, Intel finally gave in to The Register and announced, as first revealed here a year ago...sigh...the Katmai is called the Pentium III. This was our original story...Intel to slash PII prices next month We promise never to write about it again after this one. There is a twist. People that use the Intel logo will have to write it with the Pentium bit in Times New Roman and the III part in Ariel italic. The logo is on the Intel site. You know where that is. It's gruesome. The III looks like three exclamation marks. You can find details of the new name for Digital Unix elsewhere on this site... Gawd help us... ®

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