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Famous UK national newspaper The Guardian, born in Manchester, England, made a mistake today because it was a week early with the news. But it transpired it was five weeks late with the story. A supplement of the newspaper broke a story about NatSemi's Information Appliance on a Chip, based on an invite it had. However, the newspaper was a week early in breaking the PR news, and also something like five weeks behind in breaking the story. Your supersoaraway site The Register managed to see the famous IA on a chip when it was in China, five weeks ago. (Story: NatSemi starts to fab System on a Chip) We followed that one up with a story about what NatSemi-Cyrix, as then was, was doing with its chip technology. (Story: Cyrix Socket 370 mobos revealed) We also secured a photograph of it and didn't break any embargos. The picture of the motherboard with the Information Appliance on a Chip is here (373K). ®

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