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Intel Science Fair  Winners received the Young Scientist Award, a $50,000 scholarship and a mobile computer Processors for Workstations G. Moore steps down from board
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Intel Launches Pentium 4 Chip
Portable MP3 player Intel acquires Xircom Intel beats expectations  Company warned of an uncertain near future Energy-saving microprocessors Intel Slashes Spending Intel to Buy VxTel for $550 Million Optical Networking Chips Intel to cut 5,000 jobs  Chip-making giant reduced revenue estimates for the 1st quarter. Shares fell $2.31 or 7% Fast processor for laptops Former FCC chairman to join board Feinstein meets high-tech CEOs Intel net income drop 80%

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  Results beat analysts' expectations. Some of company businesses will feel the effects of the economic slowdown
  Processor has 1.7 GHz. The price is $352

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  He will continue as chairman emeritus and director emeritus. Moore's Law still describes growth in the high-tech
May.29 Next-generation processor

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Jun.7 Revenue within expectations
Jun.9 World's Smallest, Fastest Transistor Jun.20 Intel to Consider Cuts

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Jul.2 Fastest Chips
  Chips are running at 1.6 billion and 1.8 billion cycles per second. Company sees 2 gigahertz soon
Jul.17 Intel beats expectations
  In the 3-month period it had a net profit of $196 million
Jul.30 Low-power processors for laptops

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Aug.21 Intel discontinues Rex organizer line
Aug.22 Intel to release fastest Pentium Aug.27 Intel launches fastest Pentium  Pentium 4 is to hit 2 gigahertz. Company cut prices on its 1.3, 1.4 and 1.5 GHz Pentium 4 processors to $133 each Aug.28 3.5 GHz processor

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Sep.6 Quarter revenue as expected
  3d-quarter revenues are on track with forecasts. Revenue for the 3 months will be slightly below the midpoint of the range Sep.10 New chipset for Pentium 4
Sep.15 Guilty for copying specs of chip
  Say Lye Ow pleads guilty copying computer files about the design and testing of Merced microprocessor Sep.17 Rambus reached pact with Intel Sep.25 Intel names first CTO Sep.27 Car-Based Devices

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Oct.7 Tiny packaging for chips  New technology links the tiny chips to the rest of the world Oct.16 Intel meet expectations
  3rd-quarter profits fell 96%. Company doubts about consumer confidence during holiday season Oct.17 $186.9 million loss  Company suffered the effects of a price war with Intel Oct.19 Consumer electronics division to close  Connected Products Division which produced produce digital cameras, music players and toys to shut down early 2002

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Nov.4 Moore invests $4.6B into philanthropy
  Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation focuses on higher education, environmental causes and medical and scientific research Nov.9 Intel sets up R&D lab near UC  Company hiring David Culler, a Cal computer science professor, to run lab Nov.13 Low-Power Pentium III for Servers  Chip-making technology uses lines of circuitry which 0.13 microns across Nov.25 Breakthrough in Transistor Design  The new designs will help the tiny transistors run cooler, use less power and operate efficiently

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Dec.6 Revenue to beat forecasts
  Revenue for the 3 months will be between $6.7 billion and $6.9 billion Dec.9 Moore pledges $261M to conservation  A foundation set up by Intel co-founder has pledged money to Conservation International, a private environmental group Dec.11 Sentenced for copying trade secrets  Say Lye Ow, a former Intel engineer, copied secrets about Itanium processor. Some of the info was found at Sun Microsystems Dec.14 Intel lost patent case  A federal jury ruled against Intel in a $82 million patent infringement suit against Broadcom

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