>On Sunday night at the CG confab SIGGRAPH, AMD held a customer event at The Novo in downtown Los Angeles, during which it showed off its latest processing technologies and introduced AMD Studios, a new facility based in Hollywood.
>AMD Studios was created to work with filmmakers and technology developers to create bespoke processing systems for film, TV, virtual reality and augmented reality production, in areas including editing and rendering.
>AMD Studios will be led by AMD’s corporate vp alliances Roy Taylor. It has brought on production vet James Knight as virtual production director, responsible for going on set and working with filmmakers to develop custom technology systems. Robin Prybil joins from Weta Digital and is responsible for content-related relationships.
>Taylor told The Hollywood Reporter that AMD plans to open a second studio in London.
This comes right after the Radeon Vega SSG announcement.
AMD has 3D content market on lockdown.
Miners don't even need to buy Vega to save AMD, their pro line of Vega products will.
All you need to know about systemd is that, ironically, systemd wouldn't be able to exist today if we had been using systemd's design philosophy on GNU/Linux from the beginning.
In other words, we'd be stuck with outdated technology and only able to replace it if we create another monolithic init system that interacted with everything in exactly the same way systemd does.
Systemd is exploiting the flexibility of its predecessors in order to kill the flexibility we have in the area of init systems. People might like it now, but we're walking into a walled garden.
After systemd becomes the standard and everything depends on it, systemd will never receive any competition because it would be an extremely monumental task to try and create a systemd alternative.
All the newbies here support systemd because it "just werks". But using something only because it works is a very Windows mentality.
They're forgetting - because init systems aren't really on their radar in the first place - that we all use GNU/Linux in the first place for its flexibility, being able to do things _our_ way not the way someone getting paid to do their job decided we should do it.
Systemd is the exact opposite of all of that.
I'd really like to know how many of the people that make systemd threads have written, debugged, and maintained traditional init scripts.
I haven't but everything I've read says it's an enormous pain in the ass.
Hey /g/, I have a question, it'd really help me out if someone who knows a lot about smartphones/imei's could help me out.
I have an old iPhone 5S that I used to use on t-mobile, it's running 8.4 and it's jailbroken. Long story short I ran into some trouble and couldn't pay the bill (whoops) so they blocked the imei number until I paid them, which I won't be able to do for a while cuz it's like 1k and I'm busy paying off other shit.
Question being: since it's jailbroken, is there a way to either A) change the imei number (without breaking the law preferably) or B) is the imei block per carrier? Meaning, if I bought a pre-paid simcard from another carrier, would it work?
>inb4 haha apple all that bullshit
I have an android phone now that I use, but it seems like a waste to let this thing just sit on my desk and was wondering if I could give it to a friend or something or if it's literally trash at this point.
Internal information from Bethesda has been disclosed, including encryption keys.
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Sony G8441 spotted in benchmark listings, likely the Xperia XZ1 Compact
Nokia 8 camera interface leaks, second rear cam will have monochrome sensor
New Samsung Galaxy Note8 image leaks [Updated]
New leak claims to show final design for Motorola Moto X4
iPhone 8 might record 4K in 60fps
iPhone 8 will have Smart Camera scenes, will support fast and wireless charging
Lenovo to phase out its Vibe UI, will ship nearly-stock Android on all future phones
So im using Firefox Beta and ever since and update around May or June I'm unable to upload images. On every website that asks you to "click to upload" will highlight when tapped but nothing happens. Its really pissed me off. Does the normal Firefox work? Or is there a better browser out there
I hate this buggy, bloated piece of shit so much.
Will games take advantage of more than 4 cores?
That seems to have been the target for devs in the last 5 years or so.
>Senior Vice President Mark Mayo leads the Firefox project.
White male saved the Firefox. Again.
Are there any mobile games at all that aren't Atari 2600-tier?
why not put a laptop tier cpu e.g. i7 in mobile?
Whats the best set up for c/c++ programming on windows?
WTF AMD I WANTEED TO BUY A CARD FOR GAMING NOT FOR FUCKING MINING NOW I WON'T BE ABLE TO BUY IT FOR ANYTHING BECAUSE THEY'LL ALL BE FUCKING OUT OF STOCK FOR THE NEXT FUCKING YEAR FUCKING SHIT AMD YOU ARE SO RETARDED
>loads your maymay faster
So where is my IPFS chan?
Newly accepted student here who is going to major as an automation specialist. Anyone else on this board got the same job/education? What can I expect in the future and how is the general work day as an automation specialist like? Someone mentioned that I would undergo a lot of PLC and DCS work, what is that?
what kind of shitty community college offer an 'automation specialist' major
you'll just be a fucking electrician pretending to do software engineering
you'll be trained on the clusterfuck abortion that is ladder logic, a 'programming language' for the electrician audience
basically you have made some poor life choices
>what kind of shitty community college offer an 'automation specialist' major
it could be worse