All the world's computers are flawed, and companies are fumbling with fixes. It will take years until the issue is fully sorted out.
Intel said Thursday its patches for vulnerable processors are causing some computers using its older chips to reboot more often.
Microsoft's first attempt to patch a major microchip security flaw didn't go so well.
Apple has released new security updates for iPhones, iPads, and Macs to protect users from a computer chip vulnerability known as Spectre.
Spectre and Meltdown, the two major flaws discovered in computer processors, could allow cybercriminals to steal passwords or other sensitive data.
Companies like Apple and Microsoft are rolling out fixes to protect against Spectre and Meltdown, two major flaws found in most computer chips that affect processors.
Chances are you own a smartphone or computer that contains a chip hackers could potentially exploit to get access to sensitive information.
Apple users haven't been spared in the great computer chip debacle.