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  1. This is good news if those storage companies are...

    This is good news if those storage companies are going to actually contribute application code or provide hardware compatibility assistance to developers.
  2. The only Desktop I've gotten to work right -...

    The only Desktop I've gotten to work right - relatively speaking - has been Unity with KDE a close second. None of the Gnome options are up to snuff on 14.04, as far as my own setup goes.
  3. I think this is great as MATE would be a great...

    I think this is great as MATE would be a great GNOME replacement if they can get it working. I took the latest MATE for a spin when I moved to 14.04 but it doesn't really work with my chosen programs...
  4. CrystalHD was intended for the - back in 2009 -...

    CrystalHD was intended for the - back in 2009 - exploding market segment of cheap Intel-based netbooks to provide acceleration of HD video streams at the cost of a WiFi card, which could easily be...
  5. I highly doubt Broadcom will make a second go at...

    I highly doubt Broadcom will make a second go at add-in decoders given the outcome of the CrystalHD - two years of mediocre support and then go fuck yourself if you bought the hardware - and the fact...
  6. Microsoft now provides drivers for certain kinds...

    Microsoft now provides drivers for certain kinds of hardware that allow them to "just work" due to changes in the OS since XP. Quite a few USB peripherals with outdated manufacturer drivers fall into...
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    Just buy the latest LG burner and you're good to...

    Just buy the latest LG burner and you're good to go but you should be aware that there are going to be updates to BD coming next year to give higher capacities and that may require new drives.
  8. Indeed. No web interface and you must use the...

    Indeed. No web interface and you must use the Apple utility to configure the router. Apple has had it like that with older Airport products as well.
  9. He hasn't gone anywhere. He's just not working on...

    He hasn't gone anywhere. He's just not working on CrystalHD and nobody else is either, including Broadcom. It's dead hardware with no support from the manufacturer and Broadcom hasn't even...
  10. The 750TI doesn't have HEVC. It's first-gen...

    The 750TI doesn't have HEVC. It's first-gen Maxwell. The first Nvidia cards with HEVC will be the second-gen Maxwell, which comes out next year with HDMI 2.0 and possibly DisplayPort 1.3. Then Pascal...
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    Actually, it's become the norm with the latest...

    Actually, it's become the norm with the latest software. GPU-accelerated decoding of images has been around for ages in Windows under the general term of "hardware acceleration". There are ASICs -...
  12. Google is claiming 60-65% of all YouTube vids are...

    Google is claiming 60-65% of all YouTube vids are now encoded with VP9 and it hasn't even rolled out in hardware yet. Next year, it will be 100%.
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    They should just hire the guy behind...

    They should just hire the guy behind libjpeg-turbo to work on their dev team. There are some improvements that need to be made to libjpeg-turbo to advance it a bit for future hardware and it has been...
  14. Yes and No. Manufacturers can update drivers for...

    Yes and No. Manufacturers can update drivers for older hardware to bring support for newer OpenGL/DirectX revisions but they may choose not to do so.
  15. It will be but things are not ready at this time....

    It will be but things are not ready at this time. GPU folding - which uses OpenCL - is not ready for Intel products and hasn't entered testing.
  16. What I meant to say is that they wouldn't do it...

    What I meant to say is that they wouldn't do it because there's no reason for Broadcom to make that product as the low-end GPUs that will be out from 2016 and onwards will already have the decoding...
  17. I doubt they would since decoding will be built...

    I doubt they would since decoding will be built into all the low-end GPUs and by the time either codec takes hold, such low-end gear will be too low-end or their GPUs unsupported by current Linux...
  18. We're not talking about Netflix. All downloadable...

    We're not talking about Netflix. All downloadable 4K content currently on the web is H.264 and the current GPUs all support 4K decoding of H.264 streams. H.265 encoders are not going to be widely...
  19. H.265 decoding isn't coming until Skylake with...

    H.265 decoding isn't coming until Skylake with hardware encoding several years away and all 4K content is currently encoded with H.264, so it's far less relevant at this point and will be so for at...
  20. Windows drivers are under development but won't...

    Windows drivers are under development but won't be available until the codebase is stable. That being said, it would really really really benefit Samsung to roll F2FS out to all of it's products,...
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