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The Bridge That Intel Built

January 6, 2011 No Comments

Recently I’ve noticed a strong vein of concern in the tech press about IntelInsider. The part that really seemed to draw a reaction was the very mention of that most foul of terms — “DRM.” From what Intel explained at CES, though, the DRM contained in its Sandy Bridge chips is only going to kick in during very specific circumstances.

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