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Now in Tech: 1/13/2018
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Liz Page
By Liz Page
Jan 13, 2018
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Intel having reboot issues for Spectre-Meltdown patch

Intel is trying its hardest to sway away from talking about Spectre and Meltdown at CES, but the reboot issues arising from the latest fix patches still puts the company under grill. Intel admitted, “We have received reports from a few customers of higher system reboots after applying firmware updates. Specifically, these systems are running Intel Broadwell and Haswell CPUs for both client and data center,”

 

GM to make a self-driving car with no steering wheel or pedals by 2019

GM announced the news and is ready to push for mass production. The announcement came ahead of the Detroit Auto Show which will commence next week.

 

Google described to be dominated by "hate-group"

David, Gudeman, one of two ex-Google engineers suing their former employer for discriminating against white male conservatives, says the company is dominated by a "hate-group" illegally promoting "racism and misandry". Gudeman was fired after questioning a Muslim co-worker's claims of being targeted by the FBI over his religion based on the lawsuit.

 

iPhone 6+ battery replacement may be pushed to March

After admitting to intentionally slowing down older iPhones and promising $29 battery replacement, Apple may not cash the promise as batteries are currently under-supplied. iPhone 6 Plus users may not have their batteries replaced until March.
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