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I subscribe to PC World's e-mail service and PC World published this re Intel:


"Intel Switches Off LCOS TV Chip


TV chip cancellation joins a long list of 2004 canceled projects and missteps.


Tom Krazit, IDG News Service

Thursday, October 21, 2004

Intel said today it has decided to cancel its project to develop an LCOS (liquid crystal on silicon) chip that would bring down the cost of rear-projection televisions.


The project, code-named Cayley, was first discussed at the Consumer Electronics Show in January, where Intel president Paul Otellini told attendees Intel would have a television chip ready by the end of 2004. In August, Intel pushed the expected launch into the first quarter of 2005, saying that it wanted to focus on bringing a differentiated product to market....."


Link: http://pcwnl.pcworld.com/t/257394/23100849/756143/0/ (Warning got a popup ad when I clicked it).
 

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Sorry. I did a search for LCOS Cancellation and did not find a specific thread on that.


And PC World indicated that the decision was brand new.


The regular news services had mentioned Intel canceling the next faster Pentium but I though that this was "new" news.


Sorry for the inconvenience
 

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"Thursday, October 21, 2004....Intel said today"


If the news is 4 days old and concerns anything major, there is a thread... In this case, at least 6 people were sure they saw it first. :)


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