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Intel Developer Forum People attending an early morning keynote at the Intel Developers Forum were given a rude awakening today when a senior Intel exec let slip risqué language, which was anything but PC.

Paul Otellini, Intel's executive vice president, was in the middle of a presentation outlining Intel future technology when he said the firm needed to "stretch the bitch".

We think he meant to say "stretch the bit" but it just came out a bit wrong. The alternative, that the argot of Blaxploitation movies has permeated Chipzilla and is being applied to its latest generation of processor design doesn't really bear thinking about... ®

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