Recent content by DukenukemX

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    Epic losing massive amounts of money in the battle vs Steam

    Firstly, you get good games. Make exclusive games that are good, not buy temporary rights to mediocre games. Also, Epic is full of mediocre games. Control is nice but the game was boring. More about graphics and physics than gameplay. What was your favorite part of Control? The endless...
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    Intel AVX512 up to 15x faster than NVidia for training AI’s

    Who cares about AI stuff when AVX 512 is so good for emulation.
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    300 Nvidia GPUs Seized After High Speed Boat Chase

    "Our movie-like story kicked off with Chinese authorities detaining a fishing boat anchored near Hong Kong International Airport. Men on the fishing boat were swapping cargo over to a speedboat. When authorities approached, the smugglers hopped into the speedboat and fled. While the customs...
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    Intel Xe-HPG DG2 GPU's Q4 2021

    Cool but how much and will it be sold out within seconds of launch?
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    LG Exiting The Mobile Phone Market

    That's bad because LG and Motorola are two of the cheapest phone companies in the market. Also LG is friendlier when it comes to letting people install custom roms.
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    Inside Amazon's Smart Warehouse

    That's because most people had a farm and didn't have to pay property taxes. We can't agree on Unions. We can't agree on minimum wage. Americans can't even have a free health care system. Yet you're worried about the government having control over you? The elite already have control over...
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    Best Buy Beta

    Website is different than their stores. Best Buy is often on Ebay as a cheap seller.
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    Inside Amazon's Smart Warehouse

    This is a great example of why I feel that automation and UBI are the way of the future. I'd rather Amazon fully automate their warehouse's, while paying people a UBI.
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    Muons doin stuff

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    Best Buy Beta

    Good, because they deserve it. Went there the other day to buy a HDMI cable for $80. I complained about the price but the guy assured me that the ones I find online for $8 are poor quality. They deserve to fade away from existence.
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    Apple knew it was selling defective MacBook displays, judge concludes

    When did this happen? What products are effected by this? Google'ing shows me issues as far back as 2006 but there are people who have leaking capacitors today.
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    "Police bust 'world's biggest' video-game-cheat operation"

    I totally agree but I also know the kind of people that cheat and they aren't interested in improving themselves. Some people need a win to feed their ego, whether or not they earned it. Look at pay to win micro-transactions where some games do give you an edge that other players don't have...
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    Customizable controller let's you configure controls

    I have an armchair and just have the keyboard on my lap while using the mouse on the arm part of the chair. The Logitech Dark Field mice works pretty good since it'll work on any surface I use it on. I've tried other lasers and they just don't work as well. The MX Anywhere mouse is what I...
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    Apple knew it was selling defective MacBook displays, judge concludes

    I'm not sure but it sounds like the cable isn't able to be replaced due to how Apple built the laptop. This is why it's such a difficult issue since the cost of repair sounds expensive. I'm not sure if Apple soldered the cable to the motherboard of it's glued to the chassis in some way.
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    Apple knew it was selling defective MacBook displays, judge concludes

    Judge Edward Davila has decided to let the “flexgate” lawsuit go forward, ruling that Apple should have known that they would fail and yet kept selling them anyhow. “The court finds that the allegations of pre-release testing in combination with the allegations of substantial customer...