Will this new architecture of AMD support OpenCL 2.0?
If "Kaveri" is what you are referring to, it also happens to be the name of a river in South India.
But Mantle is an alternative to OpenGL.
Nvidia has sidetracked OpenCL for CUDA?
Wow!! All the standard Windows CLI tools are there? I cannot believe it! Now that's pretty impressive!! It makes me won't to go right now and buy a Surface 2. And its only priced at $449? That's a steal. And what's more? It comes from the trusted good old company, Microsoft.
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What you describe happens if the company in question is a monopoly. It won't happen if the market has a Perfect Competition or even in an Oligopoly for that matter. In such cases the incidence of bad decisions is borne squarely by the share-holders. Like Nokia for example. Nokia outsourced its software development efforts to India, and who paid the price for that misjudgement?
CDMA is a newer standard compared to GSM. CDMA is still protected with patents (Mostly held by Qualcomm). While a lot of the patents surrounding GSM have expired (?). CDMA is more efficient for the given bandwidth (both number of connections and energy), while GSM is based on time or frequency division.
In countries like India, government regulation ensured that CDMA players didn't get any advantages monetarily, due to the better bandwidth utilization, over GSM players. Thus, ensuring a slow death for CDMA.
Oh, you just have to clear your NYTimes cookies.
Yes, 20 symbols. The easiest way out, if pirating subscribers knew the pdf's are watermarked (and all pirates should be suspicious), is to take 2 or more copies, then take a print-out. Jumble the pages from different versions, add a few punctuations of their own, then scan them and upload.
If its such a popular magazine, a better method would be to make the magazine free and advertize to your advertisers about the huge circulation numbers and make more money from them.
May be this is the way they want to solve their population problem. Deploy killer fem-bots...
Don't take India too seriously. If you go by their past record, you wouldn't. As per their claims, by now they should have had a scram-jet driven missile and satellite launch vehicle. Heck, they don't even have a scram jet engine so far. Heck, they don't even have a jet engine so far. Their LCA fighter "jet", that was slated for completion more than 2 decades ago is still not part of the their military. It is being built with a jet engine supplied by GE and the avionics come from Dassault/France. The composites come with Russian help. They are trying to build the pilot seats and other upholstery on their own. Why do you think they bought so many Rafale's? Their missile programs are mostly a scam. Except for the joint India-Russian Brahmos cruise missiles, where India contributed the capital and Russia contributed the technology, rest is all hot air. In fact most indigenous missile development programs have been scraped. Now Indian government has made it mandatory to only provide funding for joint development programs such as the Brahmos. Their indigenous tanks don't work, their replacement efforts for the WW II Bofors gun has yielded nothing. You want to believe this story? It's just another of their scams, which they are notoriously good at.
By any chance, are you referring to PricewaterhouseCoopers? In that case, there is a correction. They are running at 4 times the budget necessary to run the operations.
Bored?! Indian's won't get bored. India's avg IQ is 79. It's a freakin challenging job back in India.
India is soon emerging as the "global brain", catering to the rest of the world. It can deliver complex image/video processing tasks like checking if somebody is washing their hands. India can do natural language processing by understanding queries and responding to them. India is like a remote server serving up AI over the network at unheard of prices. Else where in India - scores of "engineers" are lined up for job interviews to show off their prowess at identifying if a person is wiping it properly or not.
I work for a multi-billion software products company. And here the line item 'Marketing & Sales' on the P&L statement is roughly twice as that of the 'Research & development' line item. And the wage gap between a developer and a sales guy with the same years of experience is roughly 30%. As in, the sales guys get paid 1.3 times that of a developer. And not to mention the annual sales 'kick-off' meetings held at Monaco or Bali. And the occasional free tickets to the Grand-Prix or a Euro tour for sales guys who have exceeded their sales targets, plus the hefty commissions for doing so on top of their wages. Where as, the annual R&D kick-off meetings are held on Webex and we got a leather wallet as gift because the product was selling like hot cakes, because it beat the crap out of the competition. And yeah, the CEO is ex-sales.
I guess there is too much supply of engineers in the market. So we can do nothing about it.