LAS VEGAS (AP) - Tech leaders promoting new innovations at the CES gadget show can't get away from lingering questions about large-scale security flaws in the underlying computing platforms.
The industry has been reeling since last week's disclosure of flaws affecting processing chips built by Intel and other chipmakers. Intel CEO Brian Krzanich attempted to tamp down worries during an opening keynote Monday, but questions remain.
Even those whose products are peripherally affected are taking pains to explain their response.
At a media event Wednesday, Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang said his company's bread-and-butter graphic processing units are "immune" to the bugs, contrary to reports suggesting otherwise. He said confusion arose because of software fixes the company and many others are making to address the vulnerabilities.