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Jowan Osterlund holds a microchip implant in Stockholm in 2017. His company, Biohax International, is a leading provider of the devices in Sweden. James Brooks/AP hide caption

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Thousands Of Swedes Are Inserting Microchips Under Their Skin

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The iOS 11 control center is displayed on the iPhone 8 Plus in New York in September. Apple says its iOS devices are among those affected by the Meltdown vulnerability. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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Intel announced last month that it is laying off 11 percent of its workforce. As sales of personal computers decline, the company plans to shift its business to cloud computing. Laura Rauch/AP hide caption

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Left Behind In The Mobile Revolution, Intel Struggles To Innovate

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