Intel unveils 'conflict free' processors

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Chief executive Brian Krzanich calls on wider electronics industry to audit supply chain and end reliance on conflict minerals

Intel has declared for the first time that the minerals used in its microprocessor silicon and packages have not been sourced from conflict zones, making it one of the first IT companies to publicly announce...

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