AMD targeted in lawsuit over 'misleading' Spectre CPU bug claims

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AMD used Spectre misinformation to manipulate share price, claims miffed investor

Despite being considerably less exposed than Intel to the chip security flaws revealed last week, AMD has been slapped with a class-action lawsuit - this time over claims that it artificially infla...

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