"CERT: Only way to fix Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities is to replace CPU" VentureBeat 7:51 AM
"Intel chip flaw: Millions of Android smartphones may need to be replaced for users to stay safe" The Independent 8:48 AM
"Intel claims its new security updates make PCs 'immune' to Meltdown and Spectre CPU bugs: 90 percent of PCs will be covered by end of next week" The Verge 5:05 PM
"Intel, ARM and AMD chip scare: What you need to know" BBC 7:40 AM
"Intel and AMD have CPU meltdown as two major security flaws are blown open" Rock Paper Shotgun 8:18 AM
"Intel's Response to Its Security Problem Suggests AMD Has an Opening: The chip giant only says that hardware improvements meant to address performance issues caused by a security flaw will arrive at some point this year." TheStreet 8:07 AM
"Intel CEO sold all the stock he could after Intel learned of security bug: Intel claims sale was unrelated, but he planned sale after researchers disclosed bugs." Ars Technica 5:29 PM
"Intel CEO is under fire for selling $39 million in stock" Mashable 8:48 AM
"Mark Zuckerberg says fixing Facebook is his 'personal challenge' for 2018" The Verge 1:11 PM
"On-demand streaming now accounts for the majority of audio consumption, says Nielsen" TechCrunch 12:27 PM
"This smart suitcase uses Segway technology to balance itself as it follows you around" The Verge 10:54 AM
"Nintendo's Switch is the fastest-selling US console ever: The company sold 4.8 million units in just ten months, shattering the Wii's record." Engadget 8:23 AM
"Opera 50 arrives with protection against cryptomining websites: It's not mine. It's yours" The Inquirer 8:17 AM
"Samsung topples Intel as semiconductor top dog, but lead 'literally built on sand'" The Register 8:07 AM
"AT&T to provide 5G to 12 markets by end of 2018, fibre to 82 metros by mid-2019" ZDNet 7:45 AM
"Galaxy S9 price, release date and specs: Accessory maker confirms unchanged screen dimensions, Bixby button return/First S9 and S9 Plus accessories are available to pre-order now" The Inquirer 7:46 AM
"Schools 'should help children with social media risk'" BBC 7:43 AM
"LG's new CLOi robots want to serve at hotels and supermarkets: LG's existing Hub Robot and airport robots are also part of this CLOi family." Engadget 7:42 AM
"Amazon and Google want their smart speakers in your home, no matter how much it costs them" BGR 7:42 AM
"Rare Malware Targeting Uber's Android App Uncovered" Gizmodo 7:46 AM
"Android malware mimics Uber's UI to steal your log-in: It even deep links to a page in the real app to convince you it's legit." Engadget 7:42 AM
"AT&T bringing 5G to Charlotte, Raleigh, Oklahoma City"
"MyRepublic pays AU$25k NBN speed claims penalty"
"Labor wants Canberra to extend My Health Record opt-out window"
"NAB stands up enterprise security team and appoints new security chief"
"Google Data Transfer Project will help you move your data between services"
"How Fortnite approaches analytics, cloud to analyze petabytes of game data"
"Fortnite runs on cloud, analytics"
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