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  1. Adreno GPUs have been historically...

    Adreno GPUs have been historically non-competitive, until Adreno 320 and Adreno 330. But if the latest one, that's coming in H1 2015 is only 80 percent better, then it won't even beat Tegra K1 from...
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    Change the launcher size...that's nice. But I'd...

    Change the launcher size...that's nice. But I'd prefer being able to reposition the launcher. I've never gotten used to Ubuntu's side-launcher.
  3. Sweet. Also can't wait for the Denver/Maxwell...

    Sweet. Also can't wait for the Denver/Maxwell combo at 16n FinFET (2 process improvements from current one). It's going to be epic. I think we'll definitely 1 Tflops in it, or maybe even 1.2, just so...
  4. When is Unity 8 arriving? 14.10? Because it...

    When is Unity 8 arriving? 14.10? Because it should. It needs quite a bit of time to be baked before being used as default for 16.04.

    I'm hoping they change from the left sided taskbar, which I...
  5. Lol. I hope they considered that.

    Lol. I hope they considered that.
  6. Big surprise there...not. I guess they could've...

    Big surprise there...not. I guess they could've tried to hurry and put it in 14.04, but it would've probably been buggy as hell, so maybe it was the right decision. Still sucks it's not here much...
  7. Both are.

    Both are.
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    Not very interesting, but I'm curious whether...

    Not very interesting, but I'm curious whether imagination will release some kind of GPU Compute optimized MIPS/PowerVR SoC at 16nm FinFET next year. Should be Imagination's first real "owned" MIPS...
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    Now they need to finally update that early 2000...

    Now they need to finally update that early 2000 UI and we're set.
  10. Yes, Intel does have an advantage, mostly because...

    Yes, Intel does have an advantage, mostly because of the process advantage, but Intel also "cheats" a lot with Turbo-Boost, which you can never use for too long in the real world, but long enough to...
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    Yes, they did with the recent Crystal Cove...

    Yes, they did with the recent Crystal Cove prototype. Compared to the original 1280x800 prototype, the consumer one will most likely also have a 2560x1440 resolution, so almost 4x the pixels, or...
  12. Disappointing. Too bad Sony isn't going to run...

    Disappointing. Too bad Sony isn't going to run with it. They should've tried to work with Sony which seemed interested in trying out other OS's for some time, including testing out Firefox OS,...
  13. Cool.

    Cool.
  14. But why would you use Intel graphics for...

    But why would you use Intel graphics for gaming...?!
  15. OpenCL 2.0 looks like a huge step forward for...

    OpenCL 2.0 looks like a huge step forward for heterogenous computing. ARM especially could use it with their big.Little chips and cache coherent GPU's. Too bad they seem to be quite slow in...
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    Version 0.1.1? Well that sounds...encouraging.

    Version 0.1.1? Well that sounds...encouraging.
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    How does it compare with OpenCL 2.0?

    How does it compare with OpenCL 2.0?
  18. F2FS seems like a great little file system that I...

    F2FS seems like a great little file system that I hope will become standard for Android devices starting with Android 5.0. Moto X is already using it, and so far both benchmarks and real usage has...
  19. Well I don't think any of them will drop the...

    Well I don't think any of them will drop the 32-bit support from the 64-bit OS this decade, perhaps with the exception of Apple, but also towards the end of the decade. Even if all devices on the...
  20. Not true AT ALL. Apple's A7 is the first 64-bit...

    Not true AT ALL. Apple's A7 is the first 64-bit ARM chip - ever. The next one might be from Applied Micro, for servers, but that's about it. Most other chip makers won't have 64-bit ARM chips until...
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