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 Feb 13, 2006 - 02:00 PM - by Michael
* Intel planning of the future

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Hold on to your butts - it looks like Intel are trying to add on to their chips again:

Viiv is less technology and more a shopping list of technologies. Aimed fair and square at the home entertainment market, it defines the latest generation of media centres that are capable of playing anything from MP3 songs to high-definition films.

One of the features of Viiv is a very fast boot-up and switch on.
Thanks to the Beeb for letting us know.
 

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