Nestle is trending as the company issued a recall of Nesquik chocolate powders sold in the U.S. due to possible salmonella contamination. The company said the recall pertains only to 10.9, 21.8 and 40.7-ounce containers of Nesquik Chocolate Powder produced during October 2012. Customers can check the production code on the bottom of the product to determine if it was made during that time and is subject to the recall. All products under the recall have an expiration date of October 2014. Nestle said it issued the voluntary recall after a supplier for an ingredient in the product notified the company of possible salmonella presence. The company said no illnesses have been reported.
Advanced Micro Devices ( AMD) is another popular search. AMD has unveiled a new graphics card that it says is the industry's most powerful server graphics card. The AMD Dual-GPU FirePro S10000 runs high-performance computing workloads and graphics intensive applications. AMD said it is the first professional-grade card to exceed one teraFLOPS of double-precision floating point performance. The card comes with a $3,599 price tag and has already begun shipping to some of AMD's partners.
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