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  • Mesa 20.1-RC3 Released With Another Week Worth Of Fixes Plus Intel Rocket Lake Support

    Phoronix: Mesa 20.1-RC3 Released With Another Week Worth Of Fixes Plus Intel Rocket Lake Support

    While already various changes are building up for Mesa 20.2, the Mesa 20.1 release process is still progressing with hopes of shipping this quarter's stable release later in the month...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...1-RC3-Released

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    It would be funny if Tencent sued Intel for this Rocket Lake name, it's almost Rocket League. If I made CPU and called it Super Nario, I'm sure Nintendo would come after me immediately.

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      Originally posted by eydee View Post
      It would be funny if Tencent sued Intel for this Rocket Lake name, it's almost Rocket League. If I made CPU and called it Super Nario, I'm sure Nintendo would come after me immediately.
      It is abundantly clear you know nothing about Law kid, stick to vidya games.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by eydee View Post
        It would be funny if Tencent sued Intel for this Rocket Lake name, it's almost Rocket League. If I made CPU and called it Super Nario, I'm sure Nintendo would come after me immediately.
        Intel usually names their products based on different geographical locations in USA. In this way they are 100% sure they will avoid any kind of lawsuits. To prove my point:
        1. Rocket Lake, Road F, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, United States of America
        2. Comet Lake, Rippleview Drive, Comet, Green, Summit County, Ohio, 44216, United States of America

        Regarding your post, it would be indeed funny if a chinese owned company would sue Intel because they named a product after a lake located in USA.

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