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Mother Shipton of Knaresborough, Yorkshire, as well as Nostradamus, predicted the world would end in 1999. And if she was correct, that means the world and its dog may never see Intel's famous Geyserville technology, as well as its faster Coppermine technology. Sources close to Intel confirmed today that Cu-mines of 0.18 micron thinness and Geyserville technology will not now arrive until Q1 of the year 2000. In the meantime, Intel will push its existing technology as far and as fast as it can, introducing 100MHz FSB Celerons and 133MHz FSB Pentium IIIs in Q3 using the infamous Camino chipset, as revealed here earlier. ® See also What the Hell is... Geyserville Coppermine: the facts emerge Intel in 1999: Mother Shipton speaks Mother Shipton discredited by Intel

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