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Intel adds insult to injury with chip changes

Chip giant Intel, already reeling from a third-quarter profit warning, got several fresh bruises this week with the scrapping of its Timna processor and PC makers reporting delays in the production of Pentium 4 chips.

 

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Chip giant Intel, already reeling from a third-quarter profit warning, got several fresh bruises this week with the scrapping of its oft-delayed Timna processor and PC makers reporting delays in the production of Pentium 4 chips.

"Intel's core strengths in product design and volume manufacturing are slipping?"

- Technology Business Research analyst Humberto Andrade

 


Intel cancels its Timna chip
Intel cancels the Timna processor, a long-delayed chip for the budget market--the latest surprise in a long, sour month for the semiconductor giant.

PC makers report Pentium 4 delay
Intel is delaying the delivery of its long-awaited Pentium 4 processor, according to PC makers.

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Intel ships a trio of mobile processors
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Intel warning blindsides many analysts
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Intel warns revenue won't meet views
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