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Third-party reviews of the Coffee Lake desktop processors have been positive, and on Amazon.View photosAn Intel desktop processor.

Despite some recent concerns over security flaws in its chips, AMD (AMD) is poised for another solid year.The Austin, Texas-based chipmaker announced half a dozen new desktop and laptop processors sporting major performance upgrades over the past year, priced at a fraction of Intel’s (INTC) chips.

For many years, chip giant Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) and memory specialist Micron (NASDAQ: MU) worked together to develop NAND flash memory technology.Smartphones, tablets, personal computers, and major data centers all rely on NAND flash for some, if not all, of their storage needs.

Moreover, Intel's failure to cut its teeth in the smartphone space further dented investor confidence.Additionally, Intel's Mobileye business unit plans to launch an off-the-shelf autonomous driving system along with Delphi in 2019.

11, 2018 7:12 p.ET Intel is quietly advising some customers to hold off installing patches that address new security flaws affecting virtually all of its processors.

11, 2018 7:12 p.ET Intel is quietly advising some customers to hold off installing patches that address new security flaws affecting virtually all of its processors.

The concern for AMD stock is whether this news justifies a 16% rally in the stock.Should it not impact INTC’s long-standing relationships or hurt sales, then there won’t be any real impact on AMD’s business.

Some question timing of sale as the company was handling concerns about security flaws in its chips Updated Jan.8, 2018 6:57 a.

This weekend's Barron's asks whether it is time for investors to move on from FAANG stocks.And see how Barron's thinks it stacks up against the competition and what the outlook is for coming dividend hikes.

Wikipedia/Konstantin LanzetIntel recalled the Pentium P5 chip in 1995 that produced errors for certain calculations.The recalled chips were turned into keychains for Intel employees.

is so dominant in its markets that any security flaw in its chips will have only a modest impact on the company in the short-term.The long-term is different, especially if Intel lets its credibility slip.

Several tech firms were notified of the vulnerabilities in June 2017 Updated Jan.4, 2018 7:13 p.

The Kaby Lake-X chips were essentially the same chips as their Kaby Lake-S counterparts designed for the mainstream desktop personal computer, but they were modified to plug into more expensive X299-based motherboards.After Kaby Lake-X, Intel was expected to introduce a follow-on part known as Coffee Lake-X.

The problem then, which has eased but still concerns some pundits even today, was Intel's reliance on what was already seen as a dying PC market.9 billion in revenue generated from PCs in the third quarter was flat year over year.

On chip giant Intel's (NASDAQ: INTC) investor relations page, the company provides a link to a price list for its wide range of processor offerings.However, investors need to keep in mind that the prices on this price list don't reflect what customers who buy chips in any real quantities actually pay.

In 2013, chip giant Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) and programmable logic chip vendor Altera announced a collaboration whereby Intel would manufacture chips Altera designs.Image source: Intel.

Holt was right about one thing: Intel's main manufacturing competitors did, in fact, begin mass producing chips on their own 10-nanometer technologies in early 2017.Management's faultTo be clear: The situation that Intel's manufacturing group has landed itself in isn't the fault of the hard-working engineers within the organization.

Additionally, 27 OEM (original equipment manufacturer) partners are working with it to develop advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and fully autonomous vehicles.But Mobileye wants to go a few steps further and bring more companies into Intel's ecosystem, and its latest moves could help it achieve the same.

After rough start to the year, Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) shares have finally got their groove back.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsINTC Stock Looks CheapAt 13.