TechNewsWorld: Intel's dual-core processors will be a major theme of the Intel Developer Forum, said Intel CTO Pat Gelsinger. A dual-core Xeon and Pentium 4 are also said to be in the works, but Gelsinger would not confirm whether these would be showcased.
Intel (Nasdaq: INTC) will next week show off a dual-core Itanium processor at its Developer Forum in San Francisco, according to the company's chief technology officer Pat Gelsinger.
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