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What you need to know about the Intel chip vulnerability, controlling a car with your mind and more startups try to make a go of lab-grown meat.
With Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Roger Chang, Scott Johnson and Rich Stroffolino.
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- News You Should Know
- (01:15) Intel’s processors have a security bug and the fix could slow down PCs | The Verge
- (01:40) BlackBerry’s QNX OS to anchor Baidu’s Apollo autonomous driving platform | VentureBeat
- (02:15) Microsoft acquires Avere Systems, file-storage vendor for Windows and Linux | ZD Net
- More Top Stories
- (02:35) iFixit teardown of iMac Pro lends a nuanced look inside the powerful all-in-one | 9to5 Mac
- (07:00) Roku joins the voice computing market with smart soundbars, speakers and more built by partners | Tech Crunch
- (10:40) Nissan’s Car of the Future Will Read Your Brain Waves | Bloomberg
- (13:00) Lab-made meat startup SuperMeat raises $3M seed to develop ‘clean’ chicken | Tech Crunch
- (15:35) Spotify Hit With $1.6 Billion Copyright Lawsuit Over Tom Petty, Weezer, Neil Young Songs | Hollywood Reporter
- Discussion (18:25)
- Serious Intel CPU design flaw may require a Windows patch, but probably won’t affect gaming performance | PC Gamer
- Intel’s processors have a security bug and the fix could slow down PCs | The Verge
- What’s behind the Intel design flaw forcing numerous patches? | Ars Technica
- Intel CPU Design Flaw, Performance Degradation, Security Updates | Lone Sysadmin
- The mysterious case of the Linux Page Table Isolation patches | Python Sweetness
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