If you own a Dell or a Gateway or even an Intel powered Mac the Intel corporation advices you to run, not walk to the nearest sanitary landfill and toss the thing into the rubble before it blows.
Intel's CEO Paul Otellini in an emergency press conference said:
"Unfortunately all these years our chip engineers have been putting the white electrons where the red electrons go and the red electrons where the white ones go."
When asked what the consequences of such an electron malfunction could be the CEO simply said: "Boom".
Police in Houston Texas are already investigating an unexplained crack house explosion where half a dozen crackheads were blown to bits while attempting to simultaneously sniff some rock AND surf the porn sites on the crack house's complimentary Dell Dimension E510 laptop.
Bill Gates, concerned about the recall of all PC's in the world promised to keep making software as long as he could perhaps on the assumption that folks will go out and purchase a new Microsoft operating system just for the heck of it.
Industry analysts say that if PC's and Macs start exploding around the world Intel executives might wind up spending more money on personal bodyguards than the trillions it's going to cost them after the lawsuits start pouring in.
Best Buy has already pulled all PC's and PC related items from it's shelves resulting in an immediate 20% decline in 4th quarter revenue. Walmart on the other hand has actually lowered prices on all it's PC's perhaps believing that a dead Walmart customer is a Walmart customer who cannot come back and sue the socks off of Walmart for selling them an exploding PC.
Intel again apologies for the electron mixup and wishes everyone a happy holiday.