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Transmeta to hit 1GHz by year-end

Taipei Reliable sources close to Transmeta's plans say that the firm is likely to be able to introduce a chip in its Crusoe family running at 1GHz by the end of the year, and consuming only a paltry four to five watts.
Mike Magee, 11 Jun 2000
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Tulloch, Willamette and Northwood plans firm up

Taipei Roadmaps we have now seen confirm why third party manufacturers are showing reluctance to develop motherboards for the Willamette microprocessor.
Mike Magee, 11 Jun 2000
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Taiwan quake kills two, rocks Register

An earthquake which measured 6.7 on the Richter scale shook Taiwan last night killing two people but largely leaving the infrastructure of the island intact.
Mike Magee, 11 Jun 2000
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Scoot swoops on ‘anonymous’ bulletin board posters

Update Hell hath no fury like a company scorned. Scoot.com has won a court order forcing Interactive Investor International (III) to reveal the identities of anonymous critics who posted critical comments about the firm.
Drew Cullen, 11 Jun 2000