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The Intel Corporation has registered a total of 10 new domain names, all connected with online solutions and services. The registrations show the level of investment Intel believes the Internet is worth, but as far as we can tell, none of the sites is yet active. The sites are called INTELONLINESOLUTIONS.COM, INTELONLINE.ORG, INTELONLINE.NET, INTELONLINE.COM, INTELONLINESERVICE.COM, INTELONLINESERVICE.COM, INTELONLINESERVICE.NET, INTELONLINE.SOLUTIONS.ORG,INTELONLINE.SERVICES.NET, INTELONLINESERVICE.ORG, INTELONLINESERVICES.ORG, and INTELONLINESOLUTIONS.NET. ®

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