Why error-correcting memory, long an obscure computing concept, suddenly has major relevance outside of the server room. At least according to Linus Torvalds.
How one of the most famous computer bugs of all time, the Intel Pentium floating-point division glitch, blew out of proportion into a PR crisis.
Companies often work together to keep employee salaries low—and force workers to sign agreements that scam them out of their right to earn more money elsewhere.
Brian Krzanich has resigned today after violating Intel’s non-fraternization rules.
The breadboard CPU can play the Mario theme, but programming it is a pain in the ass.
One way to defend against Spectre and Meltdown.
Some Monero CPU miners were concerned that Meltdown patches would affect their hashrate. Coinhive says they haven’t noticed any problems.
Your ability to crush noobs won’t be impeded.
When computer security collides with computer efficiency.
“Probably one of the worst CPU bugs ever found.”