Unpatchable flaw in tech giants' hardware
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Been there for years

Intel and Lenovo, among others, have been flogging hardware with an unfixable security flaw for years. Due to a supply chain oversight involving an open-source software package and hardware from various manufacturers.

FSP Group introduces new VITA GM line of PSUs
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In black and white, and up to 1000W

FSP Group has introduced its new VITA GM line of power supply units (PSUs), which will be available in outputs of up to 1000W, 80 PLUS Gold rating, and modular design.

Corsair unveils new DDR5 RDIMM ECC memory kits
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For workstation market

Corsair has unveiled its new line of WS DDR5 RDIMM memory kits, aimed to be used with the latest 4th gen Intel Xeon and AMD Ryzen Threadripper 7000 series processors.

AMD and Intel motherboards receive BIOS updates
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Fixing LogoFAIL flaw

AMD and Intel motherboards have received BIOS updates to kill off the LogoFAIL vulnerability, causing a stir since December 2023.

Linux might be getting its act together on the desktop
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2024 is the year apparently

The open, saucy world is all a flutter over the news that Linux’s market share of the desktop market is still over four per cent and will stay there.