Intel apparently believes learning should be fun, judging by the new online game to promote its chips. The game puts the player in the role of an IT administrator who finds his servers are under attack from a hacker. Unfortunately the idea – that players learn how features in Intel chips can help stave off attacks – is tedious enough, without a scenario all too familiar to many IT chiefs. Sneak is relieved that Intel continues to build chips and is not banking on games development for income. Sneak can only imagine how its idea of “fun” might translate to, say, the Xbox 360. Forget Project Gotham Racing 3 – how about Rush Hour 3: “Inch your way along six miles of gridlocked urban streets while the clock counts down to 9.00am!”
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