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Semiconductor Alert! (Aug. 27-31)
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8/31/2001   Post a comment
Commentary & analysis of week's chip news, Aug. 27-31
No quick industry fixes emerge at Intel Developer Forum
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8/31/2001   Post a comment
SAN JOSE -- At last year's Intel Developer Forum (IDF), the personal computer community and Intel Corp. were in high spirits amid strong growth in the worldwide computer and semiconductor markets.
Opinion: Intel's 2GHz Pentium is no show-stopper
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8/27/2001   Post a comment
The 2-Gigahertz Pentium 4 is Intel Corp.'s photo-op this week. Launched today amid the Intel Developers Forum klieg lights, the 2GHz processor cracks a psychological barrier. But maybe not much more.
Semiconductor Alert! (Aug. 20-24)
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8/24/2001   Post a comment
Commentary & analysis of week's chip news, Aug. 20-24, 2001
Opinion: Rambus faces flurry of class action lawsuits
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8/23/2001   Post a comment
Rambus Inc. probably spends more on lawyers than on engineers, and now that disparity seems likely to grow.
Semiconductor Alert! (Aug. 13-17)
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8/17/2001   Post a comment
Commentary & analysis of week's chip news, Aug. 13-17
Opinion: Familiar song and dance in Korea
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8/14/2001   Post a comment
I don't know how Yogi Berra's "deja vu all over again" would translate into Korean, but that is what is happening in the Land of Morning Calm. It is beginning to look like a replay of the 1997-98 chaebol and government shadow boxing amidst mounting economic problems.
Semiconductor Alert! (Aug. 6-10)
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8/10/2001   Post a comment
Commentary & analysis of week's chip news
Valley View: A different kind of power
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8/9/2001   Post a comment
Shortly after the first power blackout hit Silicon Valley early this year, I camped out on Interstate 80 and waited for the exodus to begin.
Semiconductor Alert! (July 30-Aug. 3)
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8/3/2001   Post a comment
Commentary & analysis of week's chip news


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