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Intel Ships Flawed Chip

On Monday, computer-chip manufacturer Intel announced that its new Cougar Point chip had a flaw, and that rectifying the situation would cost the company $1 billion. What do you think?

  • "Are they positive the chips are defective? Because my company thought the same thing, but it turned out the problem was a worm created by Mossad and the NSA."

    Azita Oveisi Engineer
  • "I only wish the chip in my brain had a flaw. It's still working perfectly. That's the government for you."

    Ken Devoto Unemployed
  • "First they accidentally hire Will.i.am and now this. Intel can't catch a break."

    Louis Gerard Systems Analyst

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