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Just to clarify: when I say "this was raised", I mean that the possibility the chip might cease production fairly soon was raised - not this particular announcement, and not confirmation that the chip would stop production. The interview was about a year or so ago, I think.

Yes, that's my version of a clarification ;)

 is a RISC OS Usermoss on 25/6/03 12:33AM
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