“Intel Chief Executive Paul Otellini said Tuesday his company will bring out its fastest new chips ahead of schedule, in November, in order to deliver the more realistic images and quicker action that gamers demand,” Tom Abate reports for The San Francisco Chronicle.
Abate reports, “Built around four processing cores rather than the dual core versions that are Intel’s current top-of-the-line offering, these new quad-core chips were previously expected in 2007.”
“Philip Schiller, senior vice president for marketing at Apple Computer, joined Otellini to tout the successful transition of the Macintosh to Intel chips,” Abate reports.
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