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Apple issued an update for the Meltdown vulnerability last week, but you still need to update your phone to the latest iOS.
Advanced Micro Devices CEO Lisa Su speaks with CNBC's Jon Fortt about the current security risks around high-performance chips and how it is affecting the company and consumers.
Ed Lee, Recode managing editor, discusses the security exploits threatening high-performance Intel chips in Apple devices as the tech giant pushes updates to protect consumers.
Steven Milunovich, UBS managing director and IT/hardware analyst, discusses the demand picture for Apple's iPhone X as well as the news that Apple's product lines are nearly all affected by high-performance chips with security flaws.
Any owner of a PC, tablet or smart phone should make sure that software updates for their operating systems are enabled.
Apple late on Thursday weighed in on the Meltdown and Spectre security vulnerabilities, saying updates to its Safari browser are coming.
Companies will likely diversify their chip security architecture risk by buying more AMD server chips.
James Foster, ZeroFOX CEO, talks about newly discovered security flaws in Intel chips, the vulnerabilities associated with them, and what consumers can do to help protect themselves.
Independent tech analyst Chris Green speaks about chip security and the potential for legal action against chipmakers.
Although Meltdown and Spectre affected leading processors in many devices, Intel is bearing most of the fallout.
CNBC's Jon Fortt reports the latest on how Intel and others are working to mitigate risk from a potential exploit on their chips.
CEO Brian Krzanich sold off a chunk of his stake in Intel last November but reports claim the company was told about security flaws in June.
Gil Luria of D.A. Davidson & Co. says Intel faces a perception issue because of flaws pointed out in chips that can lead to security breaches.
Catherine Li of TheKey says biometric data could allow for higher security data flows over the internet.
The vulnerabilities are called "Meltdown" and "Spectre" and affect almost every modern chip.
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports on AMD's response to Intel's claim of security risks to processors.
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich spoke to CNBC's "Closing Bell" on Wednesday.
CNBC's Jon Fortt speaks with Intel CEO Brian Krzanich about how the company was made aware of the security issue with its processors.
CNBC's Jon Fortt speaks with Intel CEO Brian Krzanich about reports of security flaws in its processors.
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports on a statement from Intel regarding an alleged design flaw that could compromise security.
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