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Feb 23, 2011: —

While we’re still wondering when Apple will announce its new high speed connection technology, which is presumably coming to the iPad 2 as well, CNET reports that Intel is planning to roll out Light Peak, its own high-speed connection technology, on Thursday. More on that, after the break.

Intel released a statement to the media today saying that on Thursday in San Francisco it will “host a…press briefing to discuss a new technology that is about to appear on the market.”
There will also be a media event held the same day at the Intel campus in Santa Clara, Calif., where the chipmaker will conduct technology and product demonstrations.
There seems to be a big coincidence however, as Apple is expected to unveil the new 2011 MacBook Pro line, featuring larger glass trackpads and separate SSDs for booting OS X.
Do you think Intel is holding an event on the very same day when Apple is rumored to be coming out with its new MacBook Pro line, just to steal some limelight? Sound of in the comments below.

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