The chip giant struts its stuff at its Palm Springs developer confab, showing off super fast chips and funky "concept PCs." But concerns over the Pentium III's security feature continue to dog the company.
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The Pentium III processor can be hacked in certain cases, revealing the chip's unique and controversial identifying serial number. Intel's response: Big deal.
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