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​Linux and Intel Slowly Hack Their Way to a Spectre Patch

Spectre and Meltdown are major design flaws in modern CPUs. While they're present in almost all recent processors, because Intel chips are so widely used, Intel is taking most of the heat for these bugs. Nowhere has the criticism been hotter than on the Linux Kernel Mailing List (LKML). That's...
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Intel Deploying Updates for Spectre and Meltdown Exploits

Intel reports that company has developed and is rapidly issuing updates for all types of Intel-based computer systems — including personal computers and servers — that render those systems immune from “Spectre” and “Meltdown” exploits reported by Google Project Zero. Intel and its partners have...
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Today's CPU Vulnerability: What You Need to Know

Last year, Google’s Project Zero team discovered serious security flaws caused by “speculative execution,” a technique used by most modern processors (CPUs) to optimize performance.The Project Zero researcher, Jann Horn, demonstrated that malicious actors could take advantage of speculative...
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Intel’s Imad Sousou, speaking at Open Source Summit Europe in Prague.

Challenges and Solutions in Edge Computing: The Future

This article was sponsored by Intel and written by Linux.com. This year’s Open Source Summit Europe (formerly LinuxCon) took place in Prague. The conference is part of a series of annual events that are always popular in the open source community, and the lineup featured many different tracks,...
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Imad Sousou, speaking at Open Source Summit North America in Los Angeles.

Open Source Edge Computing Powers IoT

This article was sponsored by Intel and written by Linux.com. The Open Source Summit Europe conference opens its doors on Oct. 23 in Prague this year. Ahead of the gathering of attendees and presenters representing all walks of Linux communities, Linux.com interviewed industry leaders on some of...
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Debian Linux Reveals Intel Skylake and Kaby Lake Processors Have Broken Hyper-Threading

Do you have an Intel Skylake and Kaby Lake processor under your computer's hood? Have you experienced unexplained application and system hiccups, data corruption, or data loss? It could be because your chipset has hyper-threading enabled and the chips are malfunctioning. Henrique de Moraes Holschuh...
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6 Key Points about Intel's Hot New Linux Distro

The great thing about Linux is is that anyone possessing the wherewithal and dedication can produce a distribution to satisfy their own needs. That's also the bad thing, as it means many Linux distributions, even those with name backing, fight to distinguish themselves or to be recognized at all....
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Provision Bare Metal Servers for OpenStack with Ironic

The day-to-day life of a developer can change drastically from one moment to the next, particularly if one is working on open source projects. Intel Cloud Software Senior Developer Ruby Loo spends her days working on the bare metal provisioning software OpenStack Ironic, which is software that...
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Linux Founder Torvalds: Intel x86 Is King, but ARM Is 'Disappointing'

LINUX FOUNDER Linus Torvalds has said that ARM is unlikely to dislodge Intel from heavyweight computing as Intel's 'infrastructure' is more unified and open.  Torvalds made the comments in a Q&A with David Rusling, chief technology officer at ARM tools vendor Linaro, in response to a question...
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Intel Unveils its Joule Chip Module for the Internet of Things

Joule is the latest product in Intel’s family of all-in-one chip modules for the Internet of Things. Intel CEO Brian Krzanich showed off the new Joule module during a keynote speech at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco. The module is a follow-up to Edison, the prior IoT module introduced...
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