writes "This ZDNet story talks about a new chip from Intel, dubbed Timna, targeted at ultra-low-cost PCs. It is supposed to be .18 micron technology, with integrated video. There's also mention of 'appliances based on this chip, possibly running Linux'"
And the 2nd page of the article mentions AMD and Cyrix (now owned by VIA
), both of whom are also preparing ultra low-cost microprocessors.