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Clouds on chip horizon

Motorola and IBM are going their separate ways on the PowerPC chip, while Intel's upcoming 64-bit chips face hurdles. Seems everyone wants to get into the act.

Motorola and IBM are going their separate ways on the PowerPC chip, while Intel's upcoming 64-bit chips face hurdles. Seems everyone wants to get into the act.

PowerPC chip hits fork in the road
Motorola and IBM have very different plans for the PowerPC chip, raising questions about its future as the processor powering the Macintosh.

Motorola sues Intel over trade secrets
update Motorola files suit, accusing the rival semiconductor maker and a former Motorola executive of misappropriating trade secrets.

SGI, HP revive own chips on Merced delay
Intel's 64-bit high-end processors most likely won't be immediately adopted by server makers that are extending their own high-end chips.

Compaq does chips for Pentium III servers
Compaq has designed a critical part of the technology that underlies the newest, most powerful Intel chips.