1st May 2004 Archive
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Exclusive Welcome 'Whitefield'
A future Xeon processor from Intel has popped up on the company's roadmap with a first-of-its-kind name and birthplace. The chip dubbed "Whitefield" has its roots in India and not the Pacific Northwest, The Register has learned. A confidential roadmap obtained by El Reg has revealed "Whitefield" to be a Xeon processor aimed at …
Servers 1 May 2004, 03:41
'Threat...remains real and serious'
The UK's Secret Service (MI5) has created a website to warn people about the dangers of terrorism. Such information is usually just for the eyes and ears of Government, but with the threat of global terrorism uppermost in people's minds, the UK's top security bods have decided that we should all be allowed to access the info …
Security 1 May 2004, 21:59
- Product Round-up Smartwatch face off: Pebble, MetaWatch and new hi-tech timepieces
- Geek's Guide to Britain The bunker at the end of the world - in Essex
- FLABBER-JASTED: It's 'jif', NOT '.gif', says man who should know
- If you've bought DRM'd film files from Acetrax, here's the bad news
- Microsoft reveals Xbox One, the console that can read your heartbeat