Umm, two people here say they've heard Intel give the 10ghz quote, and you still call us liers?
Let me type exactly the quote from MaximumPC; I've seen it all over the web, but I have the magazine right here: "Like the Pentium 4, Intel designed the Prescott core to scale up to 5Ghz; other iterations of its architechture (in subsequent CPU releases) will likely be capable of reaching 10Ghz".
OK, so the Prescott will reach 5Ghz. And guess what. After the Prescott there's the Tejas! Maximum PC states that it will likely warrant a name change to P5, however, your bull**** about the Pentium-M becoming Intel's only CPU is just that; total BS.
EDIT: Also, I believe the only roadmap shown at IDF was the Itanium 2 roadmap. You're probably confusing that.
Here's an up-to-date Intel roadmap for 2004 clearly showing the P4 coer lasting through the END of 2004: http://anandtech.com/cpu/showdoc.html?i=1948
Note that this is for socket 478 P4 which is being phased out, which is why the roadmap only goes until Q1 2004. I refer you to the Celeron roadmap on that page which shows P4-cored Celerons through Q4 2004, which is actually in the 2005 calandar year.
EDIT: Intel's OWN ROADMAP shows the P4 through december 2004: http://www.intel.com/products/roadmap/
EDIT: Here's a roadmap into 2005, where you clearly see the P4's Netburst architechture in the form of the Tejas core going through 2005 at speeds rumoured to be up to 9.2ghz before the next core after that, Nehalam:http://freespace.virgin.net/m.warner/Roadmap2005.htm
Now would you please stop talking out of your ass and trying to convince us that the Pentium-M is going to be Intel's only CPU in 2004-2005?