Shock horror as Caminogate evolves into ‘Pentium III flaw’

Well, that's what the Beeb says, anyway

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The redoubtable BBC Web site is running its take on the Caminogate saga and rather showing up its lack of knowledge on the subject. Its story is headlined Intel hit by Pentium III flaw rather unfortunately (and ill-advisedly, considering Chipzilla's famous sensitivity to processor flaws and its monstro and highly litigious legal department).

Let's hope the BBC hacks change the tone of their piece before the writs start flying... ®

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