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Apple Updates iMacs With Latest Chip Dead Motorcyclist Found On Offramp Woman Found Slain In Home  Officers performing a welfare check found a 24-year-old murdered inside a home New Chip To Enable Super-Fast Downloads  36 lasers beams act as the data highway. Engineers have been working on this project for 5 years Pedestrian killed Family killed when driver passes out
McAfee settles with SEC iMacs, laptops will use Intel chips  Chief Executive Jobs unveiled a new line of iMacs and laptop computers Macworld conference 4th-quarter forecast missed  Chip maker faced lower-than-expected average selling prices and difficulties in meeting demand Silicon Valley eyes wireless network  Partnership raised about $60,000 for 1,500 square miles of broadband access City Considers Junk Food Ban For Schools Stocks Slip After Revenue Warning  Intel reduced first-quarter revenue forecast added to worries about a slowing economy and shrinking profits City settles Enron electricity suit Fire Guts Silicon Valley Hi-Tech Firm  A fire caused an estimated $4 million of damage to Redwood Space Controls, a circuit board processing plant $1 billion cut in expenses by end of year Bus Crashes Into Building, One Dead Illegal Immigration Protested Ex Sec. Of State Albright Speaks Apple's last notebook shifts to Intel chips Dell to use some AMD chips Suspect Arrested In Murder Of Woman McAfee fires general counsel New round of price cuts New chip aimed at AMD Intel to sell phone chip unit to Marvell Intel to Invest $600 Million in Startup Price Cuts Throw Fork in AMD Plans Four-Alarm Fire Smolders Intel To Cut 1,000 Management Jobs Shares Fall After 2Q Profit Drop  The company's profit plunged 57% as competition and a shift in demand toward cheaper products drove down prices   Attorney Gen. Gonzales Speaks  Alberto Gonzales was talking up the president's plan and saying the immigration reform issue isn't dead Woman suffered burns in fire Intel introduces fastest microprocessors  Core 2 Duos offered higher performance and lower power consumption McAfee to cut jobs in channel unit New Processors Launched Homes Evacuated, Suspect Barricaded  Authorities evacuated several homes in San Tomas after a man reportedly threatened someone with a gun Intel May Announce Up To 20,000 Layoffs  Chip maker may soon announce that it's cutting as much as 20% of its work force; estimates: from 10,000 to 20,000 10,500 Layoffs Announced

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Jan.1  Rescue Of Toddler From Burning Van

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Mar.7  Woman Dies After Car Hits Tree
Mar.8  Newer, faster server chips detailed

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  Semiconductor giant is laying off employees as part of a massive restructuring effort to reverse sinking profits
 Most of the job cuts will come from the management, marketing and information technology ranks. Market share stolen by smaller rival AMD
  Vaciliki Papademetriou passed out behind the wheel, jumped a curb and killed a young couple and their 2-year-old son.    The driver had a pre-existing health condi...

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  Antivirus software provider fired Kevin Weiss, and announced that George Samenuk will retire after options probe
Oct.17   Yahoo, Intel Report 3Q Profit Declines  The technology leaders each saw profits decline by over 30%, however both managed to meet or beat expectations Oct.18   11-Year-Old Missing San Jose Girl Found  Mindy Mendoza, missing when she failed to come home after school, was found safe and in good health at a school

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Nov.8   Niners cease new stadium talks with SF  49ers ended negotiations about building a new stadium and plan to move to either Santa Clara or else in California Nov.9   49ers dump Candlestick for Santa Clara
  The 49ers intend to replace dingy park with a state-of-the-art stadium in Santa Clara
 After years of planning for a stadium in the city, owner York changed his club's focus to Silicon Valley. John York is insisting the 49ers never will leave the Bay Area or change their name
Nov.12   49ers Stadium Public Unveiling Called Off
  A presentation detailing a development and stadium plan for Candlestick Point at Lennar was called off

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Dec.2   AMD, Nvidia in antitrust investigation  The Justice Department is in a federal probe of possible antitrust violations in the computer graphics card industry Dec.9 Intel may sell memory unit Dec.18   Intel To Develop Electronic Quran
  The chip maker has partnered with 2 Saudi software companies to develop an electronic version of Islam's holy book Dec.27 Woman Leaps Into Traffic, Hwy Closed Dec.29   Sex offender charged with 1977 murder  Using DNA evidence, prosecutors charged Richard Armand Archibeque, 47, with the rape and murder of a teenager

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