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At Ace's Hardware there is a link to PC Watch Japan which gives details of AMD's roadmap. AMD will challenge little Intel's Willamette by releasing a 1.5GHz processor next January, the article iterates.

There's a link at AMD Zone which suggests that big institutions are plunging more money into Cheapzilla stock. The lads also report that the Mighty Intel Corporation is getting a grant of $15 million to build in Austin. And the latest soccer results? AMD $86.5, INTC $123.9375.

At Tec Channel, a German site, there is some neat stuff about the Canon Digital Ixus. The price of a packet of fags, and weighing 190gms, it features CF and USB.

Kyle Bennett, at Hard OCP, is going to Computex in Taipei, where he's likely to need an Arctic Cooler. Strangely enough, he takes a look today at an Agilent Arctic Cooler. Phew, wot a scorcha...

Want to understand the great SDRAM Rambus debate? If so, get thee hence to Simmtester for another look at the technologies... ®

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