Saturday, May 08
Intel's forthcoming "Tejas" processor - a 64-bit version of the Pentium 4 - appears to have been cancelled, according to these reports in The Inquirer. Instead, Intel will concentrate on adding 64-bit goodness to its forthcoming "Jonah", "Conroe", and "Merom" processors, which will gradually replace the Pentium 4.
Now, the interesting thing is, all of these are descendants of the current Pentium M processors found in many notebook computers, often under the name "Centrino". And the Pentium M - although Intel do not publicise this - is really a modified version of the Pentium III.
Which in turn is a slightly modified version of the Pentium II.
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