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Intel's secret chip plans revealed

CNET News.com gets a look at the chipmaker's confidential road map, which shows plans for a dizzying array of single- and dual-core chips for 2006.

CNET News.com gets a look at the chipmaker's confidential road map, which shows plans for a dizzying array of single- and dual-core chips for 2006.

Intel plans nine flavors of 'Montecito' Itanium

Plans to unveil chips with three models running at 1.6GHz and 1.4GHz, but by end of first half of next year, at least six more set to appear.
October 12, 2006

Dizzying Intel chip choices

Desktop and laptops will have almost limitless configuration possibilities, according to an unpublished Intel document.
October 12, 2006

Yonah to suck up more power

Intel's upcoming mobile chip has higher energy consumption than Pentium M, CNET News.com has learned.
October 11, 2006 related coverage

Intel calls the Wi-Fi shots

A squabble over wireless specs hangs on whether PCs should be the focus, or consumer electronics gear.
October 12, 2006

Hustling for a dual-core Xeon debut

"Paxville" is intended to recapture some turf lost to competitor AMD, but it's likely to be quickly outmoded.
October 10, 2006