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Despite being afflicted by the threat of typhoon Maggie, a minor earthquake and Cathay Pacific pilots going on strike, The Register managed to make it back to Blighty. Below is a list of the stories so far filed from the show. We will also provide separate product roundups from the show during the course of the week. 4 June 1999 FIC, Asus confirm K7 mobo support MP3 big in Taipei 3 June 1999 Intel outed on PC-133 Mosel Vitelic announces PC-133 support K7 to get PC-133 support from Via IDT takes info appliance attitude Rise shows S370 Tiger Acer-TSMC deal draws closer Intel MX chipsets make Taipei appearance K7 mobile to arrive next year 733MHz mobos out and about Wall of Intel Whitney mobos stand up Where the heck's the FlexATX? A-Trend combines Voodoo3 with Slot One 1-2 June 1999 Cyrix Socket 370 Gobi mobos revealed Intel confirms yields low on Direct Rambus PC-133 wins the day in old Taipei NatSemi starts to fab System on a Chip Acer set to strike deal with TSMC Abit shows dual S370 mobo K7 mobos start to appear Intel garners major support for 810 mobos Taiwan's IT market set to grow by 15 per cent in 1999 Mainland China to become component giant ®

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