When the economy melted down in Greece the price of food became a concern
This may not have been a 32/64 bit difference but VMWare taking advantage of AMD-V extensions in the athlon 64 processor:
Isn't it also an AMD CPU issue? Or is the problem simply much more pronounced with this particular line of Radeon GPUs?
Or was the CPU problem long corrected?
This article from TechReport in August convinced me not to go AMD for my next gaming PC:
This is like insulting the girl hanging off Mike Tyson's arm. Dude, you're gonna lose.
Coincidentally Mike Tyson loves pigeons and one of the reasons he started boxing was his horror when hooligans found his coops and killed his pigeons.
Not relevant to this story at all of course, animal activists are stupid as hell
If Microsoft came into a Gnu event it would be bashed as them crashing a party. Same kind of thing here.
I agree with you but only to a certain extent. This incident was also a protest about user freedom, as much as it was a promotional activity for free software.
If microsoft protested a free software event they'd be laughed out of the room.
So I remain divided: showing up to someones launch event so that you can promote their competitor: utterly tasteless. Showing up somewhere to raise awareness of user rights and freedoms: admirable. Strange mix here..
Why would I switch back to the full suite when Firefox was originally the leaner meaner version of the Mozilla suite?
Firefox started imitating Chrome so much that I just said screw it and switched to Chrome, why limit yourself to a poor imitation..
Especially the engineers. You need engineers to keep doing what you do. This really bodes badly for AMD, because without engineers, they're basically slitting their company's wrists. I'll bet dollars to doughnuts that they're getting rid of the ones with seniority at that to try to save a few bucks on salary while simultaneously bleeding themselves out of knowledge and experience.
Early retirement - the perfect recipe for short term savings and long term loss of institutional knowledge!!
Exactly. Intel seems like a great company with intelligent engineers, but look how long it's taken for them to come even close to ATI or Radeon discrete graphics. They're not going to be in the cell phone game anytime soon.
And an intel based iphone? Not soon. Maybe in a few years. MAYBE. I'll believe it when I see it.
Up in Canada we had a weird public debate about "usage based billing" for broadband. Eventually our FCC equivalent ruled that ISPs could only charge based on bandwidth, not data usage.
I personally don't really see the problem. You get charged based on how much electricity you use..
Why are the popular channels subsidizing poor-performing specialty channels? What's the logic in that? Why is the cable company carrying a channel that's not profitable?
Their argument rings so damn hollow it's ridiculous.