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MacSurfer's Archive: Wednesday, January 3, 2018


Computer Industry
  • "Intel Refutes Chip 'Bug,' 'Inaccurate Media Reports'" Barron's 2:46 PM
  • "Intel calls reports of major vulnerability 'incorrect'" TechCrunch 2:58 PM
  • "Intel doesn't expect massive vulnerability to hit bottom line" Axios 5:09 PM
  • "Intel working with rivals to fix flaw" BBC 7:33 PM
  • "Intel Responds To Alleged Chip Flaw, Claims Effects Won't Significantly Impact Average Users" HotHardware 5:31 PM
  • "Intel's Liability Could be Bigger than 'Pentium Bug' of the '90s, Says Bernstein" Barron's 12:06 PM
  • "Intel's alleged security flaw could cost chipmaker a lot of money, Bernstein says" CNBC 2:12 PM
  • "Intel Chips Have a Major Design Flaw and the Fix Means Slower PCs: Patches for Linux, Windows, and macOS are required, with the side effect potentially being a major system performance hit." PC Magazine 7:25 AM
  • "Intel CPU kernel bug FAQ: Fix for massive security flaw could slow down PCs and Macs" PCWorld 10:45 AM
  • "Fix for critical Intel chip flaw will slow down millions of computers" Telegraph 7:19 AM
  • "Intel chips have a huge security flaw, and the fix will slow down Windows and Linux machines" BetaNews 7:34 AM
  • "Intel's processors have a security bug and the fix could slow down PCs" The Verge 8:26 AM
  • "Intel Falls, AMD Rises on Alleged 'Kernel' Bug" Barron's 10:49 AM
  • "What Intel's Chip Disaster Means for its Stock and AMD's: Intel is plunging after news hit of a flaw in the firm's processors. Here's what that means for Intel's shares, and for top rival AMD." TheStreet 2:12 PM
  • "What's behind the Intel design flaw forcing numerous patches? There's obviously a big problem, but we don't know exactly what." Ars Technica 12:05 PM
  • "Massive chip flaw not limited to Intel" Axios 2:32 PM
  • "AMD is gaining as Intel scrambles to fix security flaw" Business Insider 11:20 AM
  • "Intel Core i7-8809G CPU With Integrated AMD Radeon RX Vega Graphics Spotted" Forbes 7:17 AM
  • "Nvidia: Using cheap GeForce, Titan GPUs in servers? Haha, nope!" The Register 7:13 AM
  • "AMD Soars After Rival Intel Reveals Processor Flaw" Bloomberg 7:43 AM
  • "AMD shares surge on report of an Intel chip security flaw" CNBC 7:43 AM
  • "AMD Faces Brutal Road in Early 2018 With Strategic Moves by Nvidia, Intel: Recent and upcoming product launches from Intel and Nvidia spell stiff competition for AMD. But there could be some light at the end of the tunnel." TheStreet 7:44 AM
  • "Microsoft rolling out an emergency fix for the Intel kernel flaw today" Neowin 6:01 PM
  • "How Cloud Heavyweights Microsoft, Amazon And IBM Will Transform Cloud Computing In 2018" Forbes 7:16 AM
  • "Windows by the numbers: Windows 7 storm looms as retirement milestone nears/Migration watch: Windows 10's share of all Windows PCs is now expected to exceed Windows 7's by September 2018. Even so, large numbers of users will still be using the older OS when support ends in two years." Computerworld 7:12 AM
  • "Microsoft Buys Data Storage Provider Avere Systems: Avere had raised at least $86 million from investors" [Paid Membership Required] 1:02 PM
  • "Microsoft to acquire hybrid cloud storage company Avere Systems" VentureBeat 8:46 AM
  • "Microsoft acquires Avere Systems to further hybrid computing mission" TechCrunch 9:09 AM
  • "Microsoft acquires Avere Systems, file-storage vendor for Windows and Linux" ZDNet 9:09 AM
  • "Microsoft acquires flash storage pioneer Avere Systems, less than a year after Google investment" GeekWire 11:09 AM
  • "IBM sues Expedia, alleging online travel giant built its business on Big Blue's patents" GeekWire 12:46 PM
  • "IBM lobs sueball at travel site Expedia for using some old Prodigy patents" The Register 5:06 PM
  • "Oracle may not be the 'next Microsoft' but it's still got some upside, Morgan Stanley says" CNBC 10:25 AM
  • "Oracle's Database Future Could Be Dimming: We believe customer switching costs are decreasing." Morningstar 7:44 AM
  • "Why Oracle Is Eyeing the Construction Industry" Market Realist 7:43 AM