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    Intel tried desperately to change the subject from Spectre and Meltdown at CES /Link

     Intel had a bad week last week. It was so bad that the chip maker has to be thrilled to have CES, the massive consumer technology show going on this week in Las Vegas, as a way to change the subject and focus on the other work they are doing. For starters, CEO Brian Krzanich had to deal with the elephant in the room at the company keynote on Monday. Spectre and Meltdown patches were coming to… Read More




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    Published on 12 Jan 2018 at 10:10PM

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