The new consoles are, particularly the PS4.
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Not to mention that they sold their designs to Qualcomm and then had the CEO jump over there as well. Now look how well Qualcomm is doing with AMD IP. Their biggest problem was a string of incompetent CEOs and upper management.
Yup, it's called Panel Self Refresh (PSR)
And didn't firefox recently change the default to "block 3rd party cookies"?
Isn't it possible that this guy just deleted his cookies? My browser is blocking 3rd party cookies, so I can't "opt out".
Just wait until games are being made for the PS4 and xb one. I'm looking forward to the optimizations and the fact that they'll be the same architecture as discrete cards. Hopefully that means game developers will allow their games to scale more since it shouldn't really be much work and they don't need to port them.
Do people really think this is to screw with their customers? AMD makes pretty much zero off their adapters. They clearly aren't doing this to protect revenue streams. It's obviously some workaround hack for something, or some end case that wasn't initially considered in the design, or conforming to the dvi spec somehow. I'm really not sure why people think this is malicious. Really? THIS is what's going to make you not buy AMD?
I'd imagine that you would also have sensors on the car to confirm the information.
Mythbusters even did it.
I don't understand how people keep getting their extensions broken by firefox updates? If they're written properly, they don't break with updates anymore.
Err, how would it detect that the lights have gone down if it's in your pocket?
It's a proof of concept...
Actually, they're pretty close on that front.
Better yet, stop using/selling/owning guns...
Nope, plugins are in a separate process. Have been for quite a while now....