New technology in the spotlight at Intel Developer Forum

Faster, cheaper PCs and more powerful technology debuts in California
Written by ZDNet UK, Contributor
At the Intel Developer Forum this week, the chip maker is highlighting ever-faster chips, even demonstrating a surprise 1.5GHz processor. All the new technology means lower-cost and more powerful technology for the end user. ZDNet News UK brings you the news as it happens. Intel's Timna is targeted for even lower cost PCs -- Wed, 16th Feb
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The first public discussions of its fastest chips will headline the semiannual Intel Developer Forum. AMD plans to chip in, too
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