Removes the "i" for upcoming Meteor Lake processors
Intel has now officially announced the name change for its client-segment Core desktop and mobile processors, calling it the biggest brand update in 15 years. Starting with the upcoming Meteor Lake processors, the Intel client branding structure will no longer include the famous "i", but rather just stick with numbers and Core Ultra for its high-end lineup. Intel is also updating its badge designs for Intel Evo and vPro notebooks.
Covers all market segments
Intel has officially announced the new Intel vPro platform powered by the full lineup of 13th Gen Intel Core processors, covering pretty much all markets, from ultraportables, thin-and-light commercial notebooks, and standard notebooks, to desktops, all with the latest vPro technology built into the silicon.
Vulnerability level similar to Heartbleed (OpenSSL) in 2014
Intel has just patched a security vulnerability that affects all of its desktop and notebook platforms from Nehalem in 2008 to Kaby Lake in 2017, with a higher degree of vulnerability for users on Intel vPro systems.
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